Group Voluntary Benefits

Group voluntary benefits provide valuable, affordable coverage.

Give your employees more coverage at lower rates with group voluntary insurance.

How can group voluntary benefits offer value?

Are you looking for a low-cost way to enhance your employee benefit offerings? With group voluntary benefits, you can give your employees the opportunity to secure valuable coverage at significantly lower rates than they'd pay as individuals.

Lower healthcare costs for your staff at no cost to your business.

Not every employer can afford to pay for healthcare or life insurance plans for their staff members, but that doesn't mean your business can't offer them any type of medical benefits. Instead, your business can sign up for group voluntary benefits, which may help lower costs for staff without any cost to the employer.

Give employees access to medical benefits at lower premiums.

In simple terms, a group voluntary benefits program means making a deal to let an insurer offer staff access to particular medical benefits through their employment, often with payments collected through payroll. Because the insurer is getting access to multiple potential customers, they agree to offer lower premium costs than the employee would pay as an individual on the open benefits market. Here are some examples of potential benefits:

  • Critical illness, hospital indemnity, and cancer coverage.
  • Dental care.
  • Life, dependent life, short-term, and long-term disability coverage.
  • Vision care.

Keep employees healthy by offering group voluntary benefits as an option.

Offering group voluntary medical benefits doesn't cost the employer anything, but it does increase the chances of staff getting the relevant insurance coverage. That helps your business retain employees and increases the likelihood that they'll stay healthy and financially secure.

If you're looking for an alternative to offering full medical benefits to your employees, then group voluntary benefits coverage may be the answer. Contact us to learn more.

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