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COVID-19 has been a catalyst for employees all over the world to re-evaluate their priorities. Experts are calling this period of career change “the great resignation”, with employers fast realising that physical and mental wellbeing is a top priority for their top talent. As Gallup Workplace summarises it, “People want a good job and a life well-lived.”
African corporates in need of health insurance for their employees face numerous challenges. This is particularly true for multinational employers who employ both local and expat employees in multiple territories, and who are looking for cover from one sole provider.
Group Life insurance is a great employee benefit. Here’s why it’s not a substitute for long term family protection
Companies that provide good employee benefits act as standard bearers for what it means to be a great employer. These employers understand that employee benefits are a key component of employee engagement, impacting how committed, productive and invested an employer’s workforce is.
Big data is revolutionising the healthcare industry and constantly improving upon the level of service that the ‘connected patient’ receives. It empowers organisations to predict trends and manage risk more proactively.
London, United Kingdom – The Unisure Group has launched their UK Group Life division and joined Group Risk Development (GRiD), showing solidarity with GRiD’s mission to promote group risk to government, policymakers, stakeholders and employers.
COVID-19 has impacted numerous industries, including the life insurance industry. Adapting to new markets, putting the customer first, and remaining agile in one’s business practices has become paramount.
Moving abroad is incredibly exciting – but the change is not devoid of a lot of ‘life’ admin. Have you considered whether your existing life insurance policy will continue to cover you once are living in a new country?
If you (and your employees) travel for work and your current medical insurance plan doesn’t cover you outside of your country of residence, you’re putting your health and future financial stability at great risk.
The Unisure Group’s Operations Director Cristina Meixieira receives the call on the afternoon of 19 October. There’s been a car accident in Zambia.
Critical questions to ask your health insurance provider
If your health insurance provider answers ‘No’ to any of these questions, you could be in trouble.