Ellipse introduces group income protection product aimed at SMEs

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Ellipse introduces group income protection product aimed at SMEs

Ellipse have announced today an extension of their current group income protection range, with the launch of a new product, Sick Pay, which will be offered to advisers alongside their current Sick Pay Complete offering.

Targeting the SME market, the product will be available for employers with less than 300 employees. It is designed for employers who do not require integrated absence management and instead wish to use their own absence management processes or systems. So that support can still be provided early by a new vocational rehabilitation service, employers must notify Ellipse about an absent employee within the first five weeks of their absence. The new vocational rehabilitation service prov...

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