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Our dedicated benefits experts in sales, underwriting, service, and marketing understand the needs of your clients and their employees, and we’re here to offer end-to-end support.
Employees are now looking to voluntary benefits to help supplement medical insurance coverage. MetLife’s wide range of solutions makes it easy to enhance the ACA solutions your clients have in place to provide their employees with the benefits they want.
paid directly to the employee for Accident, Critical Illness, and Hospital Indemnity.
to help replace a portion of income if a Disability policyholder becomes unable to work due to injury or illness.
through ancillary offerings, such as Identity Theft, Dental, Vision, and Legal, to help manage expenses.
through Term Life for future responsibilities such as college tuition and coverage against property loss for Auto & Home policyholders.
on state-paid family, medical, and disability leaves to help your clients’ employees obtain the information they need at the most important times in their lives.
Every year, MetLife conducts industry research and provides our payroll industry partners with the data and insights to help you stay ahead of employee benefit trends.
MetLife provides product training resources for benefits conversations with your worksite clients.
MetLife’s service teams support your clients and their employees with resources to explain their benefits options.
MetLife’s communications help ensure worksite employees understand how to enroll in benefits and why.
Ongoing communications keep benefits top of mind year-round — not just during open enrollment.
If you work in a state with state-mandated disability or paid medical leave benefits (“State Benefits"), you should carefully consider whether to enroll for this coverage. In California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Washington (and Oregon starting 9/3/23, and Colorado starting 1/1/24), if eligible, you must apply for State Benefits. Your STD benefit will be reduced by State Benefits or other government benefits that apply. Depending on your compensation, the amount of the State Benefit, and other factors, you may only receive the minimum weekly benefit. Please consider, based on your individual circumstances, whether you need additional coverage beyond the State Benefit.