The Health Insurance Group has launched the ViaNabo portal to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) of 20 to 500 staff manage their employee benefits while promoting health and wellbeing.
Fit for Work began its national rollout last year. Fiona Murphy speaks to Health Management Ltd's Dr Lucy Goundry, medical director of FFW, about how the service has progressed so far
Among British small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) 23% do not have an absence management system in place, research from Jelf Employee Benefits has found.
There has been an increase in the number of companies offering health benefits on an employee-paid basis with cost being a key consideration.
Jelf Employee benefits has launched a new auto-enrolment package which includes healthcare and group risk.
Jelf Employee Benefits has highlighted that six in seven employees remaining uncovered by group income protection as a concern as absence moves up the political agenda.
Can auto-enrolment help grow the group risk market? Jason Green believes it can, but what do we need to do to make this a reality?
Denplan's annual Dental Benefit Survey has evolved to reflect that dental plans are viewed by employees as the most important benefit in demonstrating employer support for their wellbeing.
Over the past few years the dental insurance market has grown at a rapid pace. But what has spurred this growth? Andrew Morris argues auto-enrolment (AE) has been a major contributing factor.
Control over costs is overwhelmingly the reason global companies use multinational pooling, with 80% citing it as the prime reason the schemes are in place.
Electrical Contractors Insurance Services (ECIS) has launched an individual dental plan, in association with National Dental Plan, for sole traders and self-employed skilled tradespeople working in the construction sector.
A new occupational healthcare company, Work Doctors, aims to make it easier to access occupational healthcare and traditional family medicine for major UK businesses.
American firm VSP Global has announced an expansion into the UK employee benefits market through its VSP Vision Care brand.
Cash plans have become as popular as health insurance among UK workers.
Paul Shires, executive director of sales and marketing at Westfield Health makes the case for more adviser engagement with the health products market.
Marco Ferato, chief marketing officer at Unum, discusses the employee benefits market moving away from a reliance on life cover and towards addressing the risk of sickness absence.
National Dental Plan Ltd (NDP) has announced the launch of Radiant, a new percentage-reimbursement plan.
Simplyhealth has partnered with wellbeing specialist Robertson Cooper to support employees' health through its ‘Good Day at Work' network.
AXA PPP healthcare has launched Dental Care, an employee benefit helping employers protect against absence caused by putting off routine dental check-ups.
Adviser opportunities in the development of flex benefits systems for smaller employees are set to further encourage growing group critical illness (group CI) sales, Aviva has said.
Childcare vouchers could be reprieved with an increased cap limit as part of an apparent government u-turn in this week's Budget, according to reports.
Legal and General is considering shortening its early notification period to just 10 days for group income protection customers.
Hargreaves Lansdown is launching a fully integrated corporate wrap and flexible benefits platform.
Disability and illness is to blame for two in five unemployed 50 to 60-year-olds, MetLife has reported.