How voluntary benefits became “voluntary” on accident (and how to change that)
Buying benefits should have always been one holistic decision.
On the rise: Voluntary sales among the largest employers
Companies with 2,500-plus employees accounted for 40 percent of voluntary product sales in 2014, up 4 percent from 2013.
Voluntary benefits players enter PPACA World car wash
For sellers of supplemental products, the water may be fine.
Top voluntary products by generation
You can customize everything these days, including insurance.
Voluntary sales on the rise
Six companies saw double-digit sales increases.
New voluntary sales rise
In-force premium revenue rises faster.
How to connect with female breadwinners
Many of these women who are keeping their families afloat financially might not have the proper financial safety net in place.
How to match voluntary benefits to different generations
Here's the best way to advise your clients on which voluntary benefits to offer -- broken down by generation.
The future of benefits enrollment technology
With so many benefits choices available to them, many employees are simply overwhelmed. That's where technology comes in.
Ebola exposes coverage holes
Many emergency response workers need more infectious disease protection, a marketer says.