Financial wellbeing firm Neyber suggests better use of employee assistance programmes (EAPs) would benefit both workers and companies
He will be the new head of sales account management for corporate risk business
HR taking an overarching role to ensure consistency of approach within companies
Unhealthy behaviour and other risk factors significantly reducing longevity, research by VitalityHealth has revealed
Ellipse has launched a 'benefits benchmark' tool aimed at advisers who would like to measure the extent of their corporate clients' employee benefits against those of their competitors.
The move aims to help more employers fund essential disease prevention services
Insurers offer more than just financial support to cancer sufferers on both a group and individual level. But are they doing enough?
Stress and mental health-related illnesses at work rose from 55% to 68% over the past year, a survey by Aon Employee Benefits has revealed, but more is being done by employers.
MetLife has named executive vice president James Reid as head of its global employee benefits business.
Flexible and voluntary benefits within small-to-medium enterprises offer most effective solution for closing employment benefit gap, MetLife UK research finds.
Why did Fit for Work really fail? What now for SME's? And how can intermediaries help? By Carl Laidler, director of screening programmes at Health Shield Wellbeing gives his view.
Unum is to acquire Pramerica Życie, an insurer based in Poland, from a subsidiary of Prudential Financial (PFI.)
Just 2% of gig economy workers have access to life Insurance, income protection or life insurance via their gig company, according to new research by Zurich UK.
Canada Life Group Insurance has made BusinessCare, the business and legal support service, available to all CLASS policyholders.
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Exclusive interactive eBook featuring interviews with industry experts on having workplace dental benefits.
Annual absentee and presentee figures equate to £77.5bn blow to our economy, a study has revealed.
On Blue Monday, wellbeing expert David Price hands a fistful of tips to employers looking to give staff a much-needed lift during January.
With mental health referrals up 30% and a spike in absenteeism during January, the return of Blue Monday is a good a time as any to discuss the need for insurance products within the workplace, says COVER journalist Adam Saville.
Online doctors and telemedicine services should be offered to staff to help ease the strain on GPs, says Jan Lawson of Punter Southall Health & Protection.
With sick leave at its lowest for decades, new Bupa research suggests that millions headed into work despite being unwell, feeling pain and suffering from mental illness last year.
John Dean and Cheryl Brennan of Punter Southall Health & Protection shine a light on the dynamics they expect to dominate the employee benefits market in 2018.
Employees struggling with their finances suffer from far higher levels of stress, and poorer health, than those who are unworried financially, a new report has found.
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