Now is the time to offer supplemental health benefits

The rewards of plans that pay cash for expenses

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Voluntary benefits, which may include supplemental health coverage like accident and critical illness,  help to cover the expenses that many medical plans might not.

With half of full-time workers having less than $2,500 saved for a medical emergency, that’s good news. It’s also good for business:  55 percent of employees want supplemental health benefits, so offering them makes you attractive to new hires and current employees.

When it comes to voluntary benefits and supplemental health coverage, employers have options. Take a look:

Cash payout for expenses Help save on required care Help protect your paycheck Protect your loved ones

Accident Insurance
 

Cancer Insurance
 

Critical Illness Insurance
 

Hospital Indemnity Insurance

Dental Insurance
 

Vision Insurance

Disability Insurance

Life Insurance

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Disclaimer

Unless otherwise stated, statistics cited are from “How supplemental health benefits and omnichannel communications support workforce well-being.” from Guardian's 10th Annual Workplace Benefits Study, 2022

Statistics cited in Simply Put advertising have been sourced from “Inflection Point. How small businesses are emerging from COVID-19” from Guardian Small Business Report, 2021

Guardian's Life, Accident, Cancer, Critical Illness, Hospital Indemnity, Disability, Dental and Vision 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. Generic Policy Form #s: GP-1-LIFE-15; GP-1-ACC-18; GP-1-CAN-IC-12, et al; GP-1-LAH-12R; GP-1-CI-14; GP-1-HI-15; GP-1-LTD-15; GP-1-STD-15; GP-1-DG2000, et al; GP-1-DEN-16; DG7-P; GP-1-GVSN-19. The state approved form is the governing document.

In Colorado, Hospital Indemnity is referred to as Accident/Sickness Indemnity Coverage.

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