Employers urged to offer tailored cancer support through group policies

Cancer was the main reason for staff claiming across all group risk benefits

Hemma Visavadia
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Employers urged to offer tailored cancer support through group policies

Employers are being urged to recognise the role they play in helping employees access flexible and tailored support during and after cancer treatment.

Ahead of Cancer Survivors' Day on 5 June, RedArc has called on employers to ensure their group protection policies are up to date to meet the needs of individuals. The need for further support comes after GRiD, the industry body for group risk, found that cancer was the main reason for staff claiming across all group risk benefits. In a bid to better support employees, the industry body stated that employers should ensure they are signposting all available support that is embedded in gr...

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