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  • Partnering with our hometown flagship university, Colonial Life and the University of South Carolina form a strong partnership to help recruit and retain top teachers for our schools:

  • Stress can cause big problems with morale and productivity in the workplace, reports Nick Otto in Employee Benefits News magazine using new research from Colonial Life:

    Employee stress costing employers billions in lost productivity

    Stress isn't just affecting employees' personal lives, it's also killing their morale and productivity in the workplace - and costing employers billions in the process. More than 20% of workers spend more than five hours on the clock each week thinking about their stressors and worries, according to a new survey of 1,505 full-time U.S.

  • Colonial Life is proud to support Saluda Shoals Park's work to build a universally inclusive playground with a $50,000 gift.

    Colonial Life donates $50,000 to Saluda Shoals universally inclusive playground - WorkLife

    After more than a year of planning and fundraising, Saluda Shoals Park broke ground on the inclusive playground Thursday, Nov. 29. Projected for completion in spring 2019, the playground will provide an interactive and accessible space for children and families of all kinds to play together, in part thanks to Colonial Life's donation.

  • Thanks to the Columbia Chamber for sharing. Colonial Life's President and CEO named Distinguished Alumnus at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

    Colonial Life CEO named Distinguished Alumnus at alma mater

    On Sept. 14, Tim Arnold was honored with the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

  • We asked our customers to share their stories of battling breast cancer. These are five of their courageous stories:

    Colonial Life customers share lessons learned battling breast cancer

    Five Colonial Life customers share lessons they learned during their breast cancer battles.

  • Colonial Life recently unveiled enhancements to its life insurance products to better protect America's workers. Learn more here:

    Colonial Life enhances life insurance options - WorkLife

    An enhanced whole life insurance option from Colonial Life can help America's workers fill the trillion-dollar life insurance gap. Employer-provided group life coverage is the only life insurance most people have - and it's not nearly enough. LIMRA estimates a growing $16 trillion gap between the amount of life insurance America's workers need and the ...

  • If you have a senior citizen in your life, help them by increasing their activity, even if it's just in small ways:

    All activity offers benefits for seniors - WorkLife

    Retaining the ability to get up and about easily - to walk across a parking lot, climb a set of stairs, rise from a chair and maintain balance - is an under-appreciated component of good health in later life. When mobility is compromised, older adults are more likely to lose their independence, become isolated, feel ...

  • No time like the present: 4 steps to starting on your retirement savings while in your 20s.

    4 steps for retirement savings in your 20s - WorkLife

    Saving for retirement in your 20s can be a challenge. If you're a Millennial, you may be like many who are dealing with record student loan numbers and a poor wage climate. We see reports indicating younger individuals aren't investing in the stock market because they don't feel they have the funds to do so, ...

  • It's a popular question to ask around enrollment season: Term life or whole life... what do I choose?

    Term life or whole life: What to choose? - WorkLife

    Life is full of choices. This is one you don't have to make. If your employer or insurance provider offers term and whole life insurance, consider choosing both. Why? Because the two main forms of life insurance - term and whole - serve different, complementary purposes.

  • People often discuss life insurance for families and older individuals. But young people and singles should also consider the protection:

    Why buy life insurance when you're young - WorkLife

    It's a commonly accepted belief that families and older individuals need life insurance. Generally speaking, both groups have individuals to care for who would be at great disadvantage upon their passing. Popular sentiment is more torn on life insurance for young or single individuals. In some instances, younger people are told that they don't need ...

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