MDRT president discusses life insurance in benefits packages
Adding life insurance to a benefits package costs the employer very little additional time and money — and serves a deep employee need.
Closing the protection gap through outsourcing
The widest range and most competitive products are offered at companies that are outsourcing benefits functions.
Shelf Food: Elder services management tools
Some clients prefer a slick, HIPAA-compliant package to a DIY contraption.
2016 forecast: 5 trends in voluntary benefits
There’s no doubt voluntary benefits are a mainstay in the benefits package, and we’ll see more focus on this in the coming year.
Some workers want you to send them another benefits document
Aflac has uncovered a possible benefits resource gap.
3 top industry targets for non-medical benefits
The valleys make the peaks look all the more alluring.
Voluntary benefits, part 2: Capturing the opportunity with large group clients
For today's large employers, core benefits and voluntary benefits are now seen as one entity rather than two separate categories.
Voluntary benefits, part 1: Capturing the opportunity with small and mid-market clients
No client wants a $5,000 hospital bill — which is one reason the popularity of voluntary benefits has soared in a post-PPACA marketplace.
The changing insurance climate for brokers
How a new approach could help brokers make up lost earnings.
Voluntary goes mainstream
Results from the 2015 Benefits Selling/Eastbridge voluntary survey.