Many employers seek to fill the gaps left by high-deductible health plans by offering traditional forms of supplemental medical, such as critical illness, disability or accident. Others are seeking an increasingly popular way to retain younger talent by offering benefits around debt assistance or identity theft protection.
Katie Dunnington, vice president of group product solutions at Lincoln Financial Group, and Alvin Heggie, AVP for product management at Mass Mutual Financial Group, plan to address advisers and brokers at the 2017 Workplace Benefits Renaissance March 1-3 in New Orleans on how the voluntary benefits market is changing and what products are most sought after by consumers.
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