Providing disability benefits is as much about successfully returning employees to a productive lifestyle as it is about helping to protect them financially. We also recognize how important it is for employers to reduce costly absences and get employees back to work quickly and safely.

At Guardian’s Disability and Absence Management Solutions Center located in Dallas, Texas, our intake, claims, leave and professional resources teams are all together in one location. This allows us to work more efficiently and collaboratively – translating into a more responsive and seamless customer experience while driving better return to work outcomes. See for yourself how we do it, watch the video:

A highly-integrated effort to better assist employees

Disability and Family and Medical Leaves (FML) are closely linked, with an FML often being related to an employees' own health issue. Tight integration between our disability and absence management teams — co-located at our Solutions Center — enables us to find the best solutions for Short Term Disability (STD), Long Term Disability (LTD), and FML.

With Guardian, your employees not only get excellent service but the empathetic treatment they deserve — all from a highly skilled and seasoned staff that understands disability, and the importance of providing support at an uncertain time.

Disclaimer

Guardian’s Group Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability Insurance are underwritten and issued by The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, New York, NY. Products are not available in all states. Policy limitations and exclusions apply. Optional riders and/or features may incur additional costs. This policy provides disability income insurance only. It does NOT provide basic hospital, basic medical or major medical insurance as defined by the New York State Department of Financial Services. Plan documents are the final arbiter of coverage. STD Policy Forms #GP-1-STD07-1.0, et al. and #GP-1-STD-15-1.0 et al.; LTD Policy Forms #GP-1-LTD07-1.0, et al. and #GP-1-LTD-15-1.0 et al.