Further improvements to our Cancer Pledge You may remember that we enhanced our cancer cover at the beginning of the year and introduced our cancer pledge. As one of the market leaders in health insurance we are always looking to provide improved levels of cover which are really clear and easy to understand.
Pension auto enrolment is fast approaching for companies of all different sizes. No doubt many of you will have got your pension company or adviser working on this for you but have you thought about what you might do about any associated Group Protection scheme that are linked to pension membership such as Group Life Assurance or Group Income Protection.
I have pleasure in attaching an update on Open Referral which has been produced following a number of requests from our Intermediary Partners. This provides further information around Open Referral pricing, both in terms of the immediate pricing impact and also how we expect the pricing differential to change in subsequent years.
As many as four in five of us suffer back pain at some point in our lives. In most cases it improves on its own in under a week, but for some people the symptoms can persist. If you’re affected, getting the right treatment can make all the difference to your recovery.
The UK EAPA is a branch of the EAP Association based in the USA. The primary purpose of EAPA is to promote the highest standards of practice and the continuing development of employee assistance professionals, programmes and services. EAPA is the professional benchmark for the EAP market and sets the national standards of practice and guidelines for EAPs.
Bupa Wellness will be increasing their rates from the 1st April by 4%. The new rates can be found by clicking on the image below.
Latest update for Housing Sector organisations:
Some of you will have seen the headlines about faulty breast implants supplied by Poly Implant Prosthesis (PIP) that have leaked. French, German and Dutch health authorities have recommended that women fitted with PIP implants should have them removed as a precaution.
In February 2011 the Government called for a major review of the sickness absence system in order to tackle the millions of lost days every year due to sickness absence. The review was jointly chaired by David Frost CBE and Professor Dame Carol Black and was released in late November 2011.