26 million fewer appointments since March
Based on how their employers dealt with lockdown
One in three sick days taken by mid-life employees
Equivalent to 6.2 million people
‘Casual presenteeism’ on the rise
The Productivity Puzzle: Part four
0.2% reduction in productivity in Q1 2019
The Productivity Puzzle: Part three
The Productivity Puzzle: Part two
The Productivity Puzzle: Part one
Research by Canada Life suggests
Research from Canada Life reveals
Nearly half of UK employees surveyed did not take a sick day in 2017
'Support services' are not bolt-ons but integral to insurance offerings, says Paul Avis, and there are plenty of good reasons for employers and their advisers to promote them wherever possible
'Landmark' decision to overturn government's refusal of bereavement payment to Siobhan McLaughlin will have 'significant implications' for advisers
Paul Avis weighs up the differences between employer-led and personal income protection policies
Almost half of employees believe flexible working and part-time opportunities are important to support an older workforce
Does the importance of early intervention and effective rehabilitation during absence outweigh the financial benefits of group income protection?
Rising cost of living and poor savings putting extra pressure on households
In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, Canada Life's Paul Avis looks into how EAPs and EIS via group income protection policies are providing an answer
With Mental Health Awareness Week upon us, Suzanne Clarkson explores what the individual IP market can learn from their group counterparts when it comes to supporting people with mental health issues...
Employees working from home less stressed than in cubicles or open plan offices
Research from Canada Life suggests that renaming 'group' insurance products would make them more easily understandable to employees and therefore more sellable.