It’s important to remember that Group Income Protection only makes payments after a deferred period during long-term absences resulting from unexpected illness or injury. It doesn’t provide income due to redundancy. But our Group Income Protection can help your employees to improve their wellbeing, as well as support them in times of poor health. With our early intervention services, we can also provide support by helping to identify signs of ill health - potentially preventing claims from happening and employees spending long periods of time absent from work. As a result, your business could also benefit. For example, reducing instances of absenteeism due to ill health can reduce the cost of temporary staff…
With Group Income Protection in place, your employees will have additional peace of mind and reassurance, knowing they can focus on recovery in case of illness or injury and worry less about finances. But we think that our added value benefits also help to improve their well-being and reduce health risks:
Our Employee Assistance Programme is a chargeable element, with an option to upgrade the service according to your needs. The other benefits listed above are provided with no extra charge. We can talk to you about the options and levels of added value you’d like to include when we meet.
It’s important that your employees understand what Group Income Protection will and will not cover. The policy does not make payments for absence due to redundancy.
We realise that it’s important to tell your staff about the added value you’re giving them. So we’ll help you explain the services you’re integrating into your business, and also help you get the most from our Group Income Protection policy’s benefits. Call us on 0845 300 4452, and arrange a meeting.
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