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Pandemic Has 49% Of Employees Rethinking Benefits: Aflac Survey

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The annual open enrollment season is nearly underway, and U.S. employees will be making benefits decisions during an unprecedented and challenging time.

To understand employees' and employers' feelings about this critical event, Aflac, a leading provider of supplemental insurance and products in the U.S., conducted a national online survey of 1,200 benefits decision-makers and 2,000 employees across the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How COVID Accelerated Digital Transformation at Aflac

Rich Gilbert, chief digital information officer, on how COVID-19 is allowing IT at the insurer to move full steam ahead on its innovation roadmap.
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Before COVID-19 became a reality, Aflac, the $23 billion insurance company, had embarked on a digital transformation. Launched in early 2019, “One Digital Aflac” would use technology to make it easier for customers to buy insurance, for the sales teams to sell into the marketplace, and for employees to deliver. “We built a whole portfolio around looking at our business from the customer lens,” says Rich Gilbert, senior vice president and chief digital information officer, who joined Aflac in January of last year. 

Reporter's Notebook: Milestones, Markers and Still Fighting COVID-19

by Maggie Lee
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Aflac receives goBeyondProfit Champion Award

Columbus-based insurer Aflac is the latest recipient of the goBeyondProfit Champion Award, which is awarded by a network of Georgia business leaders with the aim of spurring corporate giving and good acts.

The company’s primary philanthropic cause since 1995 has been fighting childhood cancer. Since that year, according to the company, Aflac and its independent sales agents have contributed more than $146 million to treatment and research for cures.

Uncertainty and Financial Stress Driving Closer Scrutiny of Employee Benefits

According to a recent Aflac study, the pandemic is causing employees to spend more time researching their benefits options.
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By Scott Wooldridge 

At a time of economic upheaval and uncertainty, most businesses in the US are trying to maintain their current benefits offerings to employees, a new report from Aflac finds. At the same time, employees are taking a closer look at their policies and weighing what may work best for them in the future.

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'Investing Today for a Better Tomorrow': Aflac Releases 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

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COLUMBUS, Ga., /3B Media/ -- Aflac, a leading provider of supplemental insurance and products in the U.S., today celebrated its 65-year commitment to be there in people's time of need, releasing its 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, "In

With COVID Causing Financial Strife, Americans Taking a Hard Look at Health Care Spending

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The hits just keep on coming for Americans struggling to keep up financially during a COVID-fueled economic downturn.

That’s the key takeaway from the annual 2020 Aflac WorkForces Report, which takes a magnifying glass to how employees and employers expect to approach health care benefits enrollment each year.

It’s not uncommon for Americans to adjust their health care benefits preferences, but the rising tide Aflac is seeing this year on other personal health care front is surprising.

Aflac Ranks No. 10 on LATINA Style's List of 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the U.S.

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COLUMBUS, Ga., /3BL Media/ - Aflac, a leading provider of supplemental insurance and products in the U.S., today announced the company has once again been honored by LATINA Style as one of the 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the United States, landing at No. 10 on the prestigious list. This marks the 21st year that Aflac has been recognized in the 23-year history of the LATINA Style 50 Report, and it stands as the company's highest-ever ranking.

Aflac Contributes $1.5 Million to Sickle Cell Disease Program at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

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COLUMBUS, Ga., /3BLMedia/ - September was National Sickle Cell Awareness Month, and Aflac, a leader in supplemental insurance sales at U.S. worksites, today announced the company's 2020 annual contribution of $1.5 million to the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta has been earmarked for the hospital's Sickle Cell Disease Program. The Aflac Cancer Center hosts the largest sickle cell program in the United States. To date, Aflac has given more than $6 million to the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center's Sickle Cell Disease Program.

CEOs Talk About 2020 Leadership And The Future

by Robert Reiss
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Probably the most frequently mentioned quote I’ve heard during this pandemic is by Lenin, "There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen". Clearly, 2020 has dramatically escalated business transformation – both in terms of challenges and opportunities.

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

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Joining us today with details were Lindsay Carrick, Child Life Specialist at the Aflac Cancer Center in Atlanta & Catherine Blades, Sr. VP Aflac Corporate Communications.

For more info, head to: http://www.aflacchildhoodcancer.org

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