Did you hear about the expanded availability for The Standard's latest individual disability insurance products? See BenefitPRO's Benefits Product Roundup.
In the Media - Employer
BenefitsPro mentions The Standard's Workplace Possibilities Champions award winner Terracon for their excellence in disability and absence management.
With an increasing population of older working adults, Jeff Smith, practice consultant with The Standard's Workplace PossibilitiesSM program, shares how employers can alter their policies and programs to accommodate employees in a variety of life situations. Read the BenefitsPRO article, How to Keep Older Workers Safe and Productive on the Job.
Breanna Scott, director of product and service development for employee benefits at The Standard, shares key insights from New York's paid family leave plan during an interview with Workforce magazine. To learn more about paid family leave, visit our blog at standard.com/employer/paid-family-leave.
Experts from The Standard will share insights on disability management at the SHRM18 annual conference, Tuesday, June 19. Learn more about their presentation in InsuranceNewsNet.
Terracon was named the inaugural recipient of the The Standard's Workplace PossibilitiesSM Champions Award. Read more about the award and their story in InsuranceNewsNet.
Not all employees feel comfortable expressing a need for workplace accommodations. Tom Foran, vice president of underwriting and product development for employee benefits at The Standard, explains what supervisors can do to help in the Talent Economy article, How Can Business Leaders Support Disabled Workers?
The Standard was listed as #8 in the Employee Benefit Adviser list of top 25 large-group life insurance companies.
Both physical and psychosocial issues can affect an employee's recovery. Jung Ryu, national accounts practice consultant at The Standard, explains four key ways to help employees through these health conditions and how to help minimize delayed recovery. Read his Talent Economy article, 4 Steps to Effective Disability Management.
As per-employee health benefits costs continue to rise, Jung Ryu, national accounts practice consultant at The Standard, explains how comprehensive disability insurance can help an organization reduce overall expenses associated with poor employee health. Read the Employee Benefit News article, Using Comprehensive Disability Coverage to Rein In Benefit Costs.