Aflac Announces First Nationwide MGA Partnership with Dickerson!
This past week, Aflac and Dickerson Insurance Services announced a new MGA contract and partnership agreement. This is an exciting partnership that will not only benefit brokers, but also all of your clients.
With our new partnership, brokers can expect all of the following:
- Increased Enrollment Support
- More opportunity for compensation, as Dickerson does not take any commission away from the broker
- Increased level of training, support, and service for agents and agencies doing business with Aflac
- Additional per employee per month subsidies for cases with Aflac in lieu of working conditions
- Technology support, training, and access
- Increased number of options for Third Party Solutions
- Increased number of communications
- Co-Branded Aflac Marketing pieces available for Brokers working with Aflac
To learn more about how you can take advantage of this new partnership, contact your Dickerson Account Executive.
Ease Offers 30% Discount on Annual Subscription
Ease is now offering Dickerson brokers a 30% discount on your first year’s annual subscription. In their transition from EaseCentral, Ease has added many new features and benefits to their platform. These include the ability for businesses to directly submit benefit enrollment to national insurance carriers and added partner collaboration features that better connect to third-party administrators and carriers.
This promotional offer is only available until June 30, 2019 and applies to newly activated subscriptions only.
To learn more about Ease’s promotion, reach out to your Dickerson Account Executive today.
Ignoring Mental Health is Costing Employers
A major benefit that employees are looking for from their employers is mental health coverage. A new article from EBN illustrates a report from the American Heart Association and the AHA CEO Roundtable on “how mental health impacts employees’ physical and an employer’s bottom line.”
The report, “Mental Health: A Workforce in Crisis” said around 8,000 employees around the world die every year from medical conditions — like strokes and heart attacks — caused by high job demands.
“The report recommends that employers take a comprehensive approach in supporting employees’ mental health across the spectrum from overall well-being to managing mental health disorders, says Nancy Brown, CEO of the American Heart Association.
To learn more, click here.