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The modern workplace is made up of three distinct generations of employees, all seeking the right set of benefits to meet their needs. Voluntary products are a great way for companies to drive satisfaction without impacting costs. And offering the right mix of solutions across age groups is easier than you may think.

The Value of Voluntary Benefits Adds Up

MetLife's Voluntary Value Formula looks at the psychological and emotional behaviors of employees and incorporates three key factors that are most important when they are assessing their voluntary benefit options.

Voluntary Value Connection

When these 3 factors add up, employees perceive value and are primed to purchase.

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Make The Voluntary Value Formula Part of Your Benefits Equation

Click the button below to download the Insights To Go summary, which provides an in-depth look at how to make the Voluntary Value Formula work for your organization.

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