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We all know that selling voluntary benefits is a multi-step process. Carriers have to sell their products to brokers, who then have to sell to employers and ultimately the employees. It’s this last step that is often not given enough attention, but until an employee buys something, none of the selling before that makes any difference. Understanding what employees need in terms of insurance coverage is important to achieving good enrollment results. Too often, we design our enrollment approach around what we are comfortable with, or we are reluctant to tell an employer that their preferred method of enrollment is not going to work for many voluntary benefits. In both of these situations, we are not focused on the end-buyer.

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