A corporate health insurance policy will show that you value your staff and see them as more than just an asset. Benefits include increased productivity, reduced absenteeism and mental health cover. Corporate health insurance policies can also be tailored to suit small, medium and large businesses.
Increasing wait times and a lack of funding are making it hard for people with mental illnesses to receive adequate care. Implementing a corporate health insurance plan to satisfactorily cover your employees when it comes to mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety can help.
The new TSS visa came into effect on March 18, and it will provide skilled migrant workers with the opportunity to work in their specialised field for an approved sponsor in Australia. As with the old 457 visa, holders and applicants of the TSS visa are required to have adequate health insurance under condition 8501.
Corporate health insurance can be an effective way of keeping the staff you can’t afford to lose. However, introducing a plan may be complex and challenging, and sometimes doing so can cost more than you’d thought. We have a look at these challenges and suggest solutions.
When was the last time you reviewed your corporate health insurance plan? Realistically, your company should be doing routine audits to ensure you’re getting the most for your money. Here’s what you need to know about auditing your corporate health plan.