Employers face multiple benefits challenges. On one hand, you want to attract and retain employees by offering a full range of benefits. On the other hand, you need to control costs and keep administration easy.
Voya™ Employee Benefits can help. We have decades of experience delivering group, supplemental, and voluntary benefits. And we can offer a broad portfolio of insurance products that allows us to craft unique solutions for a wide variety of employers and their employees.
Now featuring our Compass Suite of supplemental insurance products.
Compass products are designed to complement employer provided benefits by delivering added value to both employers and employees.
- Compass Accident Insurance, a limited benefit policy
- Compass Accident Insurance pays a specified amount for specific injuries resulting from a covered accident. With five benefits levels to choose from, we have a Compass Accident solution that matches each employer’s needs.
- Compass Critical Illness Insurance, a limited benefit policy
- Compass Critical Illness Insurance pays an immediate, lump-sum benefit following the diagnosis of a number of specified diseases or conditions. Employers can select the coverage options and riders to best meet their budget and benefits goals.
- Compass Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance, a limited benefit policy
- Compass Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance pays lump sum benefits based on the number of days spent in a hospital, critical care unit, or rehabilitation facility. Employers elect the daily benefit amount or amounts to offer employees.
Contact your Voya Employee Benefits sales representative for more information.
Voya Employee Benefits insurance products are provided by ReliaStar Life Insurance Company (Home Office: Minneapolis, MN) and ReliaStar Life Insurance Company of New York (Home Office: Woodbury, NY). Within the State of New York, only ReliaStar Life Insurance Company of New York is admitted, and its products issued. Both are members of the Voya family of companies. Product availability and specific provisions may vary by state. Each insurer is solely responsible for the financial obligations under the policies or contracts it issues.