The most important and greatest asset in any business or organisation are its people. Having a team full of happy and healthy staff has a plethora of benefits. Not only will productivity levels increase but your people will be Ambassadors for your brand, they will improve and maintain your reputation and most importantly they are the key to success.
Most people think that people only work for a salary but this is so far from the truth and reality. People work for a sense of purpose, for a sense of achievement and a sense of pride. Acknowledging your people is the key in nurturing and growing a powerful and dynamic workforce. Employee benefits that extend beyond monetary payments demonstrate your commitment and dedication to your staff. Staff benefits make a difference and have such positive impact on morale, creating a workplace that is most sought after. A workplace where people want to be and a workplace full of people striving for results and excellence. A workplace that has people wanting and yearning to be part of, that attracts the best and most talented people in the industry. The most flourishing and successful companies have the best people in place, they have secured their future by having a team of champions.
If your workforce is your greatest asset, then you would want to protect that right? You would want to make sure that in the event of an unexpected accident or illness that your staff had the assurance of adequate medical cover, that you have insured your most important asset. No succession or contingency plan is better than preserving what is currently working like a well-oiled machine. The costs of a significant disruption to your operations can be devastating, losing skilled workers with high levels of expertise and knowledge can set your business back with detrimental effects and outcomes.
Companies of all sizes invest heavily in the induction, training and development of their people. They often do not however invest in protecting that investment. Time and time again I hear people make comments like “I don’t know what I would do without them” or “they are the best” when referring to their staff. One would beg the question of are they actually properly prepared ? Do they have a succession management plan in place ?, have they cross-trained staff across key roles and positions?, have they provided medical / health and accident insurance for their staff?
Does your level of care and commitment extend beyond just the health and well-being of your actual staff ? Should you also not consider the bigger picture? Imagine one of your key staff members who is a significant bread winner for their family, a person who has children to bring up and protect. What would happen in the event that they were seriously incapacitated or even worse if due to an accident there was a loss of life and they could no longer provide.
Winning companies have thought of staff insurance, they can go as far as looking at this as a moral obligation and not just a staff benefit. They know the importance of staff insurance and they know that this really is as important as any type of protective insurance and measures required for success. Are your people covered? Have you considered the impacts on your business should the unexpected happen? Contact us today to discuss your corporate medical and accident insurance options.
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