Talking SME Wellbeing: The power of partnerships

How to ensure a strong partnership between insurer and intermediary

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Talking SME Wellbeing: The power of partnerships

In the final article in a series of monthly ‘How to’ articles on SME wellbeing, Legal & General’s distribution director Colin Fitzgerald speaks to intermediaries and explores the secret to genuine partnership working.

Part four of the 'Talking SME wellbeing' series, which looks at the whys and wherefores of helping clients monitor and measure wellbeing programme usage and value, can be read here. I've spent the last few months, as part of this COVER series, exploring the subject of SME wellbeing, using research and insights to investigate current market needs and pain points from the perspective of the SME employer and employee. This market remains a notoriously tough nut to crack. Yet the need is there...

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