07/18/2016 Voluntary Benefits: Convenient, Cost-Effective Options for Employees Peace of Mind
Bradley Dorton, Analyst
Voluntary Benefits: Convenient, Cost-Effective Options for Employees Peace of Mind
As an employer, are you looking for an affordable way to provide a competitive benefits package for your employees? Consider offering supplemental insurance. Employees perceive supplemental insurance as a convenient, cost-effective way to fill gaps in their existing insurance coverage.
Employees appreciate supplemental insurance options because:
- They are convenient. Voluntary plans are available through work, like other benefits employees already receive, which means employees can pay premiums through payroll deduction if they choose.
- Employees get to choose the plan that best meets their needs at a price they can afford. Look for a voluntary benefits provider that makes the world of supplemental insurance easier to understand.
- Benefits are generally paid regardless of other insurance the employee may have. Usually the benefits are paid directly to the insured, for use in whatever way they see fit.
- Voluntary benefits are portable. Employees can continue voluntary coverage even if they leave the company, and the benefits are available year round. Employees can opt for the coverage at any time and not only during defined enrollment periods.
Voluntary benefits are an easy way for you to help your employees without added cost to your bottom line.
If you’d like to learn more about how Combined Insurance can help you and your employees contact me today at 847-953-8233 to schedule an appointment at a time that’s convenient to you.
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