Your privacy is very important to us. This site, www.GrowingFamilyBenefits.com is not your typical website. Many of our visitors are either looking only for information, or need insurance coverage they won't be able to get. We display 3rd party advertising targeted at this group. Qualified individuals have the opportunity to request a personal quote, and those looking to acquire coverage must involve their employer in the process.
Trust becomes a key issue when asking women to involve their employer in making maternity leave benefits available at their work site. There are three ways that either your browsing history and/or personal information may be used.
3rd Party Advertising
Use of Advertising Cookies
If you don't want cookies being used to track your browsing history, you can opt out of the Dart Cookie, or you can also opt out of other 3rd party cookies via the Network Advertising Initiative.
Use of Personal Data in Emails
Individuals and businesses are given an opportunity to request personalized insurance quotes. These quotes require the collection of personal data in order to provide accurate information. The personal information we collect is stored on a secure server hosted by our customer relationship management system. Your personal identifying information never leaves this environment.
The data needed to generate a quote (your state, income, industry of employer, and record number) are downloaded from the site, and quotes are generated by an Excel spreadsheet hosted on a secure computer issued and maintained by the insurance carrier underwriting the insurance policies.
The premium information is uploaded back into the secure server and the system adds you into a sequence of emails describing policy premium costs, benefits, and next steps for getting coverage.
At no time is any personal information sold or used by a third party. All emails sent to you will contain an opt out link in compliance with the Can Spam Act.
Communications With Your Employer
Communicating with your employer is a major trust issue. This is especially true for women who need maternity benefits. Very little can be found direct or bought as an individual. The only place to get meaningful maternity coverage is through your employer via voluntary employee benefits.
Asking your employer for maternity benefits can be scary. Many women are reluctant to reveal their plans to have children for a good reason: fear of hurting their job position. So we don't ask you to do this. We suggest you ask for voluntary employee benefits instead.
Any and all communications with your employer will not mention maternity - just your desire for expanded benefit options you would pay for yourself via payroll deductions. We recognize this very sensitive issue, and devote an entire page to how we protect your privacy when asking your employer for maternity benefits.