Financial wellbeing firm Neyber suggests better use of employee assistance programmes (EAPs) would benefit both workers and companies
A simple but effective change to personnel processing would go a long way to improving quality of life for employees and therefore helping a business, financial wellbeing company Neyber has rallied. The firm has suggested that employers ask their EAP providers to track employee financial notifications of stress, a change that can easily be made within EAP systems themselves. "Currently, we understand EAPs track when an employee is depressed or anxious, but the employers can't tell if it's for...
Bill broadened to include insurable interest in cohabitants, group schemes and trusts
Thursday 4th October at The Hilton London Bankside
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Group life, critical illness and income protection business bought from Munich Re