NEW! Printable Personal Disability Quotient (PDQ) Calculator - Many surveys have shown that educated employees value their benefit packages – and their jobs - more highly. CDA has developed a great educational tool to share with your employees during open enrollment period, to help them learn about the risk of disability. Check out the new printable version of the online Personal Disability Quotient (PDQ) calculator.
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- 5 Questions Every Worker Should Ask - This brief questionnaire lets workers assess how financially prepared they are in the event of an income-limiting disability
- Common Disability Myths and Misconceptions - Identify and debunk many widespread myths about disability
- Disability Stats - Key disability facts and figures
- Disability Awareness Quiz - Brief test of a worker's general awareness of disability-related facts
- Personal Financial Security Plan - This planning tool helps workers understand and prepare ways to replace their income if the unthinkable happens and they become disabled.
- 5 Reasons Why Worksite Wellness Makes Good Business Sense - Compelling proof that launching a company wellness program results in a healthier workforce — and a healthier bottom line.
- Sample HR Letter: Short-Term Disability (STD) - Adapt and use this letter to spur staff participation in your STD program.
- Sample Memo - Pre-Enrollment Information - Adapt and send this internal communications memo to your employers prior to open enrollment.
- Sample Newsletter Article: It Won't Happen to Me - It's easy for employees to think they're bulletproof. This sample article for your employee newsletter contains surprising facts about the actual likelihood of becoming disabled, and strategies to prepare for it.
- Sample Newsletter Article: Disability is On the Rise - A newsletter article that cautions employees about the steady increase in disability, and specific steps they can take to safeguard their finances.
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