According to the 2015 Aflac WorkForces Report, workers at small companies are conflicted: On the one hand, they’re happier in their jobs than their counterparts at medium and large businesses; on the other hand, they’re not as jazzed about their benefits.
How can companies bridge the divide? One way is by examining the value of voluntary insurance. Because voluntary insurance premiums are employee-paid, they don’t affect a company’s bottom line. At the same time, workers can elect to apply for the type and amount of coverage that best meets their families’ needs. The bottom line? Voluntary insurance options may provide a solution that pleases everyone. … Read more >