Return to work rehab: Who offers it and how?

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Income protection policies in today’s market offer far more than financial resilience when a client is incapacitated, writes Protection Guru's Adam Higgs
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Income protection policies in today’s market offer far more than financial resilience when a client is incapacitated, writes Protection Guru's Adam Higgs

AIG, LV=, Royal London and Zurich offer rehab at any point regardless of whether a claim has been made

For many, the recent UK government consultation paper regarding proposed changes to statutory sick pay has been a long time coming and very welcome. Among the changes being proposed, the consultation explores different mechanisms that could be put in place to help employees back into the workplace after a prolonged period of absence due to sickness. Whilst this has been a key area of provision in the group market, the individual market is less known for the work it does in this area. So, what do...

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