Aflac Inc.

Coronavirus Gives Workers Wake-up Call, Leads to Surge in Open Enrollment Research

Employees still overwhelmed when making health care decisions but willing to devote more time to the open enrollment process.
Press Release

COLUMBUS, Ga., Sept. 24, 2020 /3BL Media/ -- 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. 

Race and Insurance: What Insurance Commissioners Are Saying About It

With racial injustice at the forefront of the American conversation, Aflac CEO Dan Amos joined a group of insurance regulators to discuss how the industry can become more diverse and inclusive.

by  Jared Shelly

Dan Amos, CEO of Aflac, said that fair insurance practices start with diverse insurance organizations.

“There should never be unfair discrimination,” said Amos. “But the culture of the company can make sure it doesn’t happen — or at least they stop it if they see it happen.”

In 2020, Socially Conscious Marketing Has Taken Over — for Good


by Andrew Forman

There’s no question that many businesses are ready to make giving a bigger part of their operations than ever. A recent study from Aflac found that although “56% of business executives claim moderate to significant negative company revenue impact due to the COVID-19 epidemic, 74% are willing to significantly or moderately increase corporate giving going forward.”

Aflac Commemorates its 25-Year Commitment to Helping Families Facing Childhood Cancer During National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Efforts to Reflect Company's Long-Term, $146 Million Commitment to Childhood Cancer Initiatives

Press Release

COLUMBUS, Ga. /3BL Media/ -- September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and Aflac, a leading provider of supplemental insurance and products in the U.S., is set to commemorate the month, including honoring the health care heroes who care for, educate and support childhood cancer patients and their families.

Watch: This is Aflac's Social Justice Heritage

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Teresa White, President of Aflac U.S., shares how diversity has been part of Aflac since the beginning and discusses their commitment to social justice and celebrating diversity today.


My Special Aflac Duck® Taking Flight in Arizona


For 65 years, Aflac has had the extraordinary opportunity and privilege to help provide peace of mind to individuals who have our supplemental insurance policies. Though many things have changed over the decades, one thing has not: Aflac is committed to being there when people need us most.

The Importance of Putting People First During COVID-19


Tina McCorkindale, Ph.D., APR, President and CEO, Institute for Public Relations

Steve Cody, Founder and CEO, Peppercomm, IPR Chair


Tina McCorkindale, Ph.D., APR, President and CEO, Institute for Public Relations

Steve Cody, Founder and CEO, Peppercomm, IPR Chair

Atlanta Residents and Businesses Continue Acts of Kindness Amid the COVID-19 Outbreak

By Everett Catts @NeighborEverett

sanitizer shortages by replacing a key ingredient — isopropanol, which was experiencing supply issues — with fuel-grade ethanol, which is readily available. The Georgia Tech team had been the recipient of a donation from insurance provider Aflac Inc., and they needed help getting their formula from the lab bench to the production floor.

1.8 Million Face Shields Delivered to Protect Medical Workers from Covid-19


Personal initiatives by a pediatrician and by researchers to make face shields for medical workers have transformed into an industry collaboration that by June had delivered 1.8 million shields to hospitals and other organizations around the country with plans to produce 2.5 million all total. A $2 million donation from Aflac Incorporated for personal protective equipment (PPE) financed the bulk of the shields.


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