The great workplace divide

August 2014

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.1

Small companies are in a “good news – bad news” situation. How can they bridge the divide? One way is by examining the value of voluntary insurance options. Voluntary insurance premiums are employee-paid, so 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. And that’s a solution that makes everybody happy.


12014 Aflac WorkForces Report, conducted in January 2014 by Research Now on behalf of Aflac, accessed June 18, 2014 –

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