Benefits help your employees feel valued and secure in their work. Group life insurance is one of the most common types of employee benefits, and The Reis Group specializes in helping businesses find the right group policies to offer.
Many companies provide basic life insurance policies for their employees. Basic $10,000 or $25,000 policies to cover funeral costs are common. Some employers also provide or make available extended protection in the form of accidental death and dismemberment coverage. This specialized form of group life insurance will pay not only in the case of accidental death but also in cases of covered accidental losses such as loss of limb, accidental paralysis, or loss of hearing or sight. These employee benefits extend beyond the legal requirements of workers’ compensation and can help employees feel more secure.
In addition to providing basic life insurance to workers, companies can use their group buying power to offer optional life insurance benefits at affordable rates. Group life insurance options available through The Reis Group include
Everyone needs some form of life insurance, and most people in the United States who carry life policies get it through their employer. Young, unmarried professionals need at least a basic policy in order to help friends or loved ones pay their final expenses in the event of an untimely death. Married couples need insurance policies that will ensure the security of a spouse in the event that one of them dies. Those with children need life insurance that will provide for their offspring if death comes too early. The list goes on and includes every demographic. With group insurance, your company can provide employees with affordable options for their individual circumstances.
The friendly, knowledgeable insurance agents at The Reis Group enjoy educating companies and individuals on the benefits of life insurance. Let us know how we can help you take care of your employees. Call today to learn more and to set your appointment for a free consultation.
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