Survey says: Employees want ancillary benefits.

The DBL Center in the News
HR directors, recruiters, small business owners, and CEOs, especially in the fields of healthcare and the tech sector, where top employees are in high demand, frequently seek ways to differentiate their company and attract the best talent.

Some companies resort to gimmicks, others to generous BYOD policies that leave their IT departments scrambling and their systems at a security risk, but nearly every top company wants to find easy, affordable ways to entice employees.

Additionally, companies struggle with maintaining a desirable corporate culture and high employee morale.

The smartest organizations often find the answers to the recruiting and retention dilemmas in competitive benefits packages.

With health insurance premiums on the rise, many employers are filling the gaps with ancillary coverage in the form of vision coverage, dental benefits, and Group Life / AD&D insurance for their employees. We see this in action everyday here at The DBL Center, as we write hundreds of policies each month ancillary benefits and enriched DBL coverage for insurance brokers, as well as our direct corporate customers.

That’s why when DBL Center partner Michael Cohen had the opportunity to share his thoughts with top recruiting and job finding site, CareerCo.com, he didn’t hesitate. In an informative piece designed to educate HR directors and CEOs on additional benefits they can offer to raise employee morale and improve recruiting and retention, Cohen touted the advantages of life insurance, vision, and dental coverage. You can read the full article, and learn about the five benefits that help companies attract top talent, here.

As The DBL Center grows, with our new website, a newsletter, weekly tips and insight on the state of the insurance industry, and new clients every day, we are in an even better position to help our customers. It’s all part of the white glove service we provide to brokers every day as a top insurance wholesaler.

From mentoring and guiding new brokers, managing an experienced brokers’ book of business so he can continue his own expansion, or reaching out directly to those who make the insurance purchasing decisions to help them with their choices, we are here to do so much more than sell insurance. We are here to share our knowledge and experience in order to help our customers earn more commission and help the industry to grow.

Look for more from us, on this page, through social media channels, and across the web,  as we share our views on enhanced disability coverage, ancillary group benefits, and how to make it all work for you, whether you’re a broker or a buyer.

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