You'd be hard-pressed to find an American who doesn't know the iconic duck who has quacked Aflac's name in ads since 2000. As a result of those famous quacks, Aflac quickly became a household name. Aflac went from an obscure company in Columbus, Georgia, to the number-one provider of voluntary insurance in the workplace in the U.S. The company offers several different types of supplemental insurance in the U.S., including:
Supplemental medical (hospital indemnity, dental, and vision)
From 2000 to 2014, Aflac's brand name recognition — thanks almost entirely to the runaway success of the Aflac duck — went from 11 percent to 94 percent. That figure makes Aflac, which insures more than 50 million people, one of the best-known companies in the world today.
Aflac Job Opportunities
The focus of Aflac jobs is to keep its insurance products relevant and sell them through widened distribution channels. Because sales are a major component of what Aflac does, many Aflac jobs are sales and customer-service oriented, such as national sales recruiting consultant, manager of field marketing, and customer service specialist. Technology jobs are also abundant at the insurer, such as IT technology service supervisor, IT compliance analyst, and application security consultant. While many of Aflac's nearly 10,000 employees work in Georgia, the company also has locations in Omaha, South Carolina, and more.
Aflac Work Culture
For 16 consecutive years, Fortune has named Aflac one of its "100 Best Companies to Work For." Looking at the company's organizational culture, competitive compensation, and benefits, it's easy to understand why. Priding itself on an open-door management style, Aflac fosters a supportive workplace by offering award-winning professional development programs, a healthy work-life balance, ample vacation and personal time off (PTO) policies, and the largest on-site childcare center in Georgia. In the spirit of its famous mascot, Aflac values camaraderie and fun at work as much as dedication and customer service.