There are virtually no producers left in the benefits market who won’t indicate that voluntary is a growing part of their business.
By Bonnie Brazzell and Nick Rockwell|December 13, 2018 at 10:49 AM
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The voluntary industry continues to exhibit signs of growth around nearly every benchmark. More employers are offering voluntary programs and more employees now own worksite products. There are virtually no producers left in the benefits market who won’t indicate that voluntary is a growing part of their business. Both producers and carrier executives expect that the voluntary industry will continue to grow. Similarly, all but one of Eastbridge’s annual sales reports over the last 20 years have confirmed industry growth. This begs one very specific question about the market: What does the future look like?
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