Offer one of the fastest growing and most in-demand employee benefits: Pet health insurance from Nationwide®
Brokers love Nationwide pet insurance. Here’s why:
New enrollments and annual renewals paid to appointed brokers
A simple, one-page enrollment form is all you need to onboard clients
No deadlines, no problem—new groups can launch year round
We offer 1-to-1 support to help you expand your client list, drive participation and streamline onboarding
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Nationwide pet insurance is available as a voluntary benefit for companies with at least 100 employees.
Pet ownership is on a pup-ward trend
“We have become increasingly bonded with our pets and more tuned into their care and wellbeing.
Companies of all sizes can play an important role in supporting employees who have pets. Offering pet-friendly perks such as allowing dogs in the workplace (regularly or occasionally) and offering pet insurance as a voluntary benefit are very meaningful ways to show they care.”
Chief Pet Officer, Nationwide
Five reasons to offer Nationwide pet insurance to your clients
Reason #1: Your clients want to provide a safety net for employees
Pet insurance protects employees from unexpected expenses, which translates into happier, more productive associates.
Reason #2: They also want benefit packages that are highly competitive
Voluntary benefits packages with pet insurance can increase attraction, engagement and retention by up to 32%.*
Reason #3: Nationwide pet insurance is a smart financial decision
Nationwide pet insurance is available at no cost to you or your clients. That’s a lot of ROI without adding a dime to your bottom line.
Reason #4: It’s also easy to promote
In-demand voluntary benefits mean increased commissions. We also provide free marketing materials and resources to drive enrollment.
Reason #5: We make offering pet insurance easy
From hands-free administration to your own dedicated representative, we make offering pet insurance easier than ever.
*Source: 2018 Nationwide/Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) study
“Larger employers are offering more non-traditional voluntary benefits, with pet insurance leading the way.”
—Eastbridge Consulting Group, Inc.