Voluntary Benefits

There is a substantial investment involved with hiring and retaining employees.

Is your business prepared for the losses associated with an employee being unable to work? Do you offer your employees the opportunity to create a financial security net?

Offering Voluntary Benefits (100% employee-paid products) not only offsets the costs associated with employee absences — it also gives them peace of mind, so they can focus on their jobs.

Here are some statistics that show why voluntary benefits are important:

  • 25% of US workers over age 20 will be temporarily disabled by the time they retire
  • 62% of all bankruptcies are due to medical expenses
  • 70% of individuals live paycheck to paycheck
  • 70% of American households with children under 18 would suffer financially if the primary earner passed away
  • 75% of private sector workers do not have long-term disability coverage

Here are a few products that will help provide a safety net for your employees:

  • Hospital indemnity
  • Cancer policies
  • Legal plans
  • Accident plans
  • Critical illness plans
  • Life insurance
  • STD

FREE Voluntary Benefits Guide

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This PDF includes information on:

  • Voluntary benefits
  • Non-traditional benefts
  • Benefits resources

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