According to State of Nation’s SMEs report
Simply Business research suggests
People young and old are starting their own businesses, and many are faced with the first ever time they've had to consider their protection needs
Flexible and voluntary benefits within small-to-medium enterprises offer most effective solution for closing employment benefit gap, MetLife UK research finds.
COVER magazine is hosting a live webinar titled Improving health and wellbeing in the workplace in association with Bupa on the 10th of May 2017.
The Health Insurance Group has launched the ViaNabo portal to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) of 20 to 500 staff manage their employee benefits while promoting health and wellbeing.
Employers should encourage staff to take more responsibility for their health and wellbeing to ensure they are fit to enjoy retirement, and able to work for as long as they like, writes AXA PPP's Nick Jeal.
Gavin Shay, head of partnership development at AXA PPP healthcare, looks at how advisers feel about the current state of the PMI market.
AXA PPP's Pan Africa Pan for individuals and SMEs is now available throughout Africa, having initially been introduced in Kenya and Tanzania.
Nick Jeal, head of corporate marketing at AXA PPP healthcare gives a snapshot of health and wellbeing concerns for people and businesses in this informative presentation filmed at a recent COVER adviser clinic.
SMEs are nearly three times as likely to ask friends or family for advice when setting up their business than consult a financial adviser, research from Aviva has found.
Lutine is to launch a ‘Lutine Lifestyles' online employee benefits platform at the beginning of April in partnership with not for profit health insurer BHSF.
AXA PPP International has added Chinese herbal medicine to out-patient cover on new and existing individual and small business members of its Standard, Comprehensive and Prestige international health plans.
UK SME bosses have revealed their lack of trust in employees and struggles with absence levels, new research has found.
Private medical insurers should look at ‘pooling' their SME flex risk, according to Jelf Employee Benefits.
Companies are not doing enough to question advisers on how exactly they meet requirements for appropriate and cost-effective advice, a benefits and actuarial firm has claimed.
The majority of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) have no key worker protection in place, despite death of a business owner emerging as the most disruptive potential scenario a business can face.
Paul Avis discusses the benefits and pitfalls for advisers considering the group protection sector.
Business protection is one of the largest untapped markets in desperate need of financial advice. Clare Harrop issues a call to arms
With many legislative changes in the works, the group risk market is hesitant at present. Owain Thomas examines the bigger picture of what is to come for group income protection.
Axa PPP's Fergus Craig has a keen eye on PMI. Paul Robertson asks him how the market is improving.
Smaller firms are being urged to take up private health insurance to cut absenteeism and boost staff satisfaction.
The group risk market must modernise or miss out in the 21st century. John Ritchie outlines the pitfalls ahead
The new Fit Note regime ushers in a real headache for employers, employees and GPs alike. However, the system offers opportunities for advisers, says Phil Taylor