WESTBROOK, Maine--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Software developer Common Census is adding employee benefits provider Unum as a Zero Per Employee Per Month (PEPM) carrier. The partnership between these leading Maine businesses will reward brokers who select the Common Census Benefits Operating System® and enroll a qualified Unum benefit by waiving the PEPM fee associated with the business.
“We’ve worked with Common Census for 17 years, so the opportunity to offer our brokers and agents the Benefits Operating System with no ongoing cost was an easy decision to make,” said Krista Manning, AVP Solutions Management at Unum. “This relationship allows Zero PEPM for all benefits enrolled with Common Census, even medical. Common Census unique pricing will help our brokers obtain new clients and retain existing business.”
Stephanie Whitman, Marketing Manager for Common Census stated, “Together, Unum and Common Census are bringing a popular opportunity to the national marketplace. We’re proud to advance our long term relationship with Unum by providing benefit administration with Zero PEPM.” Unum joins MetLife, MassMutual, ARAG, LifeLock, and HealthiestYou in leading the move to Zero PEPM with Common Census.
About Common Census:
Common Census, Inc., based in Westbrook, Maine, develops and markets a Benefits Operating System® to enroll and manage employee benefits coordinated with a Home Office Portal®. The enrollment system seamlessly transitions into an online benefit administration platform providing EDI for payroll, file feeds and data for ACA reporting. Common Census helps insurance brokers and agents obtain and retain clients by providing a branded platform that completely integrates core and worksite insurance products. For more information, please call 800-552-7373 or visit www.commoncensus.com.
Unum is a leading provider of financial protection benefits through the workplace. The disability insurance leader in the U.S. for 39 years, Unum’s portfolio of financial protection products also includes life, accident and critical illness, which help protect millions of working people and their families in the event of an illness or injury. In 2015, Unum paid $5.8 billion in benefits to more than 563,000 individuals and their families.