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Start the Conversation About Voluntary Insurance
Voluntary coverage is a valuable solution for you to position to clients who are looking for a strong benefits package to attract, support and retain employees. Voluntary products can help employers to minimize costs and provide employees access to much-needed protection at competitive group rates. Share these videos with your clients so they can emphasize the importance of insurance coverage for their employees and kick off the conversation about our full-spectrum of voluntary offerings to help expand your business opportunities.
Show employees how coverage can help cover costs associated with injuries that aren't fully paid for by medical insurance.
Critical Illness Insurance1
Employees learn how coverage complements medical insurance to pay a lump-sum cash benefit for diagnosis of a covered illness.
Hospital Indemnity Insurance
Help employees understand coverage that provides a benefit for out-of-pocket costs associated with a hospital stay.
Short Term Disability Insurance
Explain to employees how coverage replaces a portion of earnings if they are unable to work for a number of weeks.
Long Term Disability Insurance
Coverage can help employees protect their income by paying a portion of monthly earnings if they are unable to work for an extended period.
Employees consider how coverage provides a death benefit to their families to help meet existing and unexpected financial obligations.
Employees see how regular dental checkups can help protect their gums and teeth.
Employees learn how coverage to keep their eyes healthy can also help to detect other conditions.
1 Critical Illness insurance is called Specified Disease insurance in the states of New York and Vermont.