News & Updates
November 16, 2022
Due to continued COVID-19 concerns, a sluggish economy and the fear of a potential recession, there is a critical need for mental health care and resources to support employees, according to the nationally representative 12th annual Aflac WorkForces Report. The study — released by Aflac Incorporated, a leading provider of supplemental health insurance and products in the U.S. — captures trends and attitudes about the state of workplace benefits. According to the newly released report, more than half (59%) of American workers are experiencing at least moderate levels of burnout, a notable increase over 2021 (52%) and on par with the levels reported in 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the 2022-2023 Aflac WorkForces Report.
Join a company that’s been named to Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” 21 years in a row. As part of the Aflac team, you’ll find yourself in a supportive work environment with an organizational culture that champions an open-door management philosophy, competitive salaries, excellent benefits and more. While we’re a dedicated company — with promises to help protect more than 50 million policyholders worldwide — it hasn’t stopped us from enjoying our philosophy of camaraderie and having some fun along the way. (After all, we do happen to have the Aflac Duck as our brand ambassador.) And they’ve all been part of our core values for more than 65 years. Aflac is committed to a culture that embraces an environment of understanding and empathy. You’ll quickly see that we’ve built a company where every employee in our diverse workforce can perform at their very best.