Trends in Voluntary Benefits and Services Infographic

August 17, 2016

More employers will turn their attention to VBS Voluntary Benefi ts and Services (VBS) over the next fi ve years. VBS meet employee needs by addressing concerns across four critical life needs: supplemental health, wealth accumulation, security and unique personal interests or requirements. Supplemental health benefi ts foster employee and dependent well-being while mitigating risk at a reasonable cost. Wealth products protect income and assets; security products protect survivors, the vulnerable or one’s identity. The fi nal category covering personal products provides convenient access to desired insurance coverages and other services that the employee perceives as personally important.

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