Slate: Kelly with a barbecue apron. Grill fork and spatula.
Super: Guided decision making with Guardian.
Helping employees make better benefit decisions.
Kelly: Welcome back to “Simply put”. I’m Kelly from Guardian, here to answer your questions about voluntary benefits in terms we can all understand. Today we’re joined by Dan. What’s going on, Dan?
Dan: [Standing with a paper plate in hand] Hi Kelly. So, we’re at the company picnic…
Eva: [Next to Dan in line] Dan, come on, it’s just potato salad!
Kelly: Nice to be together with your co-workers, huh?
Dan: Uh...sure…And I just ran into my benefits administrator, and she was reminding me that I STILL need to choose my insurance benefits for the year.
Eva: First, pick a potato salad, Dan. It’s not hard.
Dan: But, uh, as you can see… [Turns phone camera to pot-luck BBQ with four different kinds of potato salad, among other foods] (whispers) …I hate making decisions. And when it comes to benefits, I don’t even know where to start.
Kelly: Dan, never fear. Help is here.
Dan: Really? ‘Cause I need all the help I can get.
Kelly: At Guardian, we know that making benefits decisions can be really stressful. In fact, according to Guardian’s Workplace Benefits Study, one in four employees find open enrollment overwhelming. [Holds up a poster: “1 in 4 Employees”] To help, Guardian offers multiple options to help employees feel confident about their benefits decisions—from one-on-one counseling to self-guided online tools, and more.
Dan: Oh, nice.
Your employer uses our awesome new online decision-making tool, called NAYYA CHOOSE. Simply put: You can log on, right from your phone. Answer a few, basic questions about your life, your family, and your financial needs, and it guides you through the process, step by step. Which makes it easy to pick the benefits that are right for you. It’s even fluent in Spanish, which is muy bueno.
Eva: [Replies in Spanish (Subtitle English)] Can it help choose potato salad?
Dan: Hah, that‘s…funny.
Kelly: By using the right decision tool, employees feel better educated, so they’re able to make the best choice for their benefits—which leads to more satisfied employees. So, everyone’s happy.
Eva: Not everyone! Starving here, Dan.
Dan: Laughs nervously.
Kelly: Go with the red-bliss, Dan. Never fails.
Super: Guardian voluntary benefits are built to help you.
Talk to your employer, broker, or Guardian representative today. guardianlife.com/simplyput
Button: Dan balances two bowls of potato salad while eating.