Helping you build a stronger, healthier business
The coronavirus pandemic has had an effect on small businesses in so many ways. One of these effects is that it has placed even more of an emphasis on the importance of health and wellbeing, with businesses acknowledging the need to look after their employees.
Benefits of business health insurance
Business health insurance can have a number of benefits for you, your team and your business. These include:
- employee retention: including business health insurance in your employee benefits package can be a great way to retain your top team members. A recent survey of UK SME employees found that just over one third (35.3%) said they wanted to receive private health insurance as part of their employee benefits package
- recruitment incentive: business health insurance can be a great incentive to help attract new talent to your business. One study found that 85% of employees are more likely to work for employers who offer clearly labelled benefits (Canada Life Group)
- workplace wellbeing: business health insurance can be beneficial to overall workplace wellbeing as it provides your team with access to health information and support when they need it
- productivity: employee wellbeing can, in turn, have a number of benefits for businesses including improved productivity. A study conducted by the University of Warwick found that happiness made employees 12% more productive (University of Warwick, 2014)
- flexible medical appointments: it also comes with the added benefit that medical appointments can often be at a time and place that suits you, so you can minimise the impact they have on your day
The Law Society is pleased to introduce AXA Health for their business healthcare cover.
Mike Davis, head of SME growth marketing, advises:
“Find out more information about AXA Health’s business health insurance, including what we do and do not cover, to help you get a quote today. You can also call us on 0800 389 7413. Phone lines are open 8:30am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday. We may record and/or monitor calls for quality assurance, training and as a record of the conversation.”
The Law Society is an introducer appointed representative of AXA PPP healthcare Limited. AXA Health is a trading name of AXA PPP healthcare Limited, authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. The private healthcare insurance plans are underwritten by AXA PPP healthcare Limited. Registered office: 20 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0BG. Registered in England and Wales number 3148119. Write to us at: AXA Health, Phillips House, Crescent Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 2PL. We may record and/or monitor calls for quality assurance, training and as a record of our conversation. For information about AXA Health, visit axahealth.co.uk/aboutaxahealth.