What COVID Means for Voluntary Benefits Might Surprise You

New financial priorities and “heightened sense of mortality” are driving interest in some offerings.

As leader of Willis Towers Watson’s voluntary benefits practice, Mark Hebert has seen “tremendous” growth in voluntary benefits in the last several years.

But with the new reality of COVID-19—and its associated shifting priorities and financial challenges—there’s no question that “things are really different” when it comes to those perks, he says. Read More: HRExecutive

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