'Stress, sleep, anxiety and weight among main concerns discussed between colleagues'
Steps to increasing diversity
According to Bupa
‘Demand rising 15% a year’
For large corporates and SMEs
Health, risk and employee benefits intermediary joins trade body
Available from 1 January
AXA PPP healthcare's corporate mental health lead explores the workings of the recently launched EAP ROI calculator - and how it can benefit advisers
'No form, no fuss' claims processes added and preventative cover enhanced
Health assessments and reports for employees from LiveSmart GPs and health coaches
'Game-changing technology' for employee wellness and nutrition
More extensive but affordable cover available for employers purchasing or renewing 'Comprehensive' level of International Health Plan for employees
Confidentiality concerns, privacy fears and letting family down all reasons employees do not reach out to employers for help, says RedArc
Launch of HERO International Scorecard will help businesses evaluate, compare and track their workplace wellbeing programmes
John McGrath joins IHC from Conduent HR Services
Business Mental Health Advantage launched after claims for mental health treatment double over past decade
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Bupa UK has partnered with Babylon to provide a healthcare app offering bookings for video GP consultations, as well as the ability to organise referrals.
Employers should encourage staff to take more responsibility for their health and wellbeing to ensure they are fit to enjoy retirement, and able to work for as long as they like, writes AXA PPP's Nick Jeal.
Jelf Employee Benefits is urging employers to consider four key steps following the Summer Budget announcement that insurance premium tax (IPT) will increase affecting private medical insurance (PMI.)
Nick Jeal, head of corporate marketing at AXA PPP healthcare gives a snapshot of health and wellbeing concerns for people and businesses in this informative presentation filmed at a recent COVER adviser clinic.
As private medical insurers announce high-profile consolidations, Fiona Murphy looks at whether this restricts choice or offers a better deal for advisers and consumers.