Aflac's CNY Division plans staffing increase

Martino, Kristina
May 2008
Business Journal (Central New York);5/9/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 19, p25
The article reports on the plan of American Family Life Assurance Co. of New York's Central New York Division to employ another 100 people in 2008. The addition employees will help meet the growing demand for the company's health, life and disability insurance products from its Central New York clients. Moreover, the division, which opened in January 2007, posted sales from $4 million to nearly $8 million in its first 16 months of operations.


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