Its not hard to make a compelling case for the value of income replacement products in the voluntary benefits suite, but theyre still a low priority for many HR decision makers. A new federal caucus and some new employee-centered awareness might give disability insurance the focus it needs.
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Supplemental disability income plans are so mainstream today they're thought of as plain vanilla. Thats all well and good until the other shoe falls. And it often does. When employers experience problems with existing voluntary disability plans, most of these issues can be traced back to when the plan was originally designed.
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