There aren’t many brokers who would say no to the opportunity to increase enrollment. With that said, one-on-one enrollments can provide a straightforward and simple way to boost participation in voluntary products. Typically, 60 percent of employees buy some type of coverage though a one-on-one enrollment experience, compared with less than 50 percent from standard enrollment.1 An article from Benefitspro takes a look at why this tends to be the case.
We are Trustmark. And we’re not your typical voluntary benefits company. We provide your clients with voluntary benefits, engagement communications and wellness solutions. Let’s talk about how we can make a difference together.
As healthcare costs continue to rise, you have to do more to control expenses than just manage healthcare plans. To be successful, employers have to take on a new role. Learn more about Trustmark’s solution to help you achieve that.
Let’s face it. Life sometimes throws you a curve ball and expects you to just deal with it. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had an easy way to help protect your life, your family, and your finances when the unexpected happens? Now you can.
Feb. 27, 2014
By Ron Watt, Second Vice President, Wellness and Engagement
The path to an effective wellness program begins with engagement. The greatest incentives in the world or the most extravagant wellness benefits will only go so far without the backing of an effective engagement campaign that drives employee awareness and participation. A key element of this in today’s world is an engagement toolkit. It’s designed to meet these goals by making it easy for employers to implement a wellness program by using outlined campaign materials in a step-by-step fashion.
Knowing what makes a site like this effective can help brokers deliver better solutions to their clients.
Feb. 20, 2014
As is often said, one is known by the company they keep. And, if this saying holds true, we can certainly count ourselves fortunate to work with some wonderful partners in our industry. To acknowledge the efforts of our partners, each year Trustmark rewards our top producer with a donation made to a charity of their choice.
Feb. 12, 2014
It’s no secret that insurance needs change throughout your lifetime. A single male in his twenties inevitably has different insurance needs than a married mother of three in her forties. Helping employees understand how these needs change throughout their life can help them make the right long-term insurance decisions for themselves and their families.
Feb. 6, 2014
Last October, we discussed an article which pointed out that brokers should get disability insurance off the backburner. As we have transitioned into 2014, this continues to be true with individual disability insurance taking on a more important role in the insurance world. An article from Benefitspro highlights individual disability’s growing role.
Jan. 30, 2014
Voluntary benefits are on the rise and are especially appealing right now to middle market employees. Just 44 percent of households with an income between $35,000 and $100,000 have life insurance.1 Increasingly, the workplace and voluntary benefits are the way to reach not only the middle market, but others as well. LifeHealthPro has published an article on how to get the most from this opportunity with 5 keys for successful participation in voluntary benefits.