Teresa White, 47, earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Arlington and a master’s degree in management from Troy State University. She joined Aflac in 1998 as second vice president, Client Services. Since that time, she has served in numerous positions within Aflac supporting Marketing, Sales, IT, Compliance, and Operations. She assumed her current role as president, Aflac U.S., in September 2014 where she focuses on specific growth enablers, including improving and expanding distribution, focusing on product innovation, owning Aflac’s customer experience, and strengthening the low cost model. Teresa is an alumnus of Leadership Columbus and is a Fellow of the Life Management Institute. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
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A recent New York Times article reveals that workers who sign up for high-deductible health care plans aren’t happy when it comes time to pay those high deductibles. According to the Times’ report on the Urban Institute’s Health Reform Monitoring survey, a majority of participants with employer-based coverage … Read more >
The lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer are over and kids are back in school. With benefits enrollment just around the corner, now is the time to communicate with workers about their benefits plans, giving those who aren’t adequately protected the opportunity to make changes. Encourage employees to review their … Read more >
Water-cooler chatter often revolves around topics such as what’s happening on “Game of Thrones” and the latest big sporting event. Lately, though, there’s been a lot of chatter about a more serious topic: health care reform. How can your company make sure the talk is factual and not based on … Read more >
There’s no question there are many advantages to working at a small business. But even with a positive working environment, employees at small businesses tend to be more financially fragile than their counterparts at medium or large companies.1 No one knows when a serious illness or injury … Read more >
For you, we know every week is Small Business Week, but this week it’s official.
A company’s greatest asset is often said to be its employees. With this in mind, employers should always be thinking of ways they can help keep workers happy and healthy.
While employees who work for small businesses tend to have higher job satisfaction, retention can still be an issue.
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