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Corporate Health Insurance News

19/09/2016 - 10:45am

Expatriate health insurance offers your overseas workers and their families the confidence to work safely and efficiently in foreign countries; including those where health infrastructure may be of poor quality or even non-existent. Such benefits can translate into better outcomes for your business both before and during medical emergencies - is it time you invested in one?

25/08/2016 - 10:20am

The executives in your company are the lynchpins of your work engine. They direct, they manage, they guide and they ensure that your enterprise continues to operate smoothly.

25/08/2016 - 10:17am

Corporate health insurance is a major consideration for many employees that affects whether or not they work for a particular company, as well as whether they stay at that position. The right health plan can help you keep hold of key talent, as well as attracting more of the same calibre of worker. 

Here's why and how.

What makes corporate health insurance attractive?

21/07/2016 - 3:55pm

According to the 2015 edition of the Stress and Wellbeing Survey from the Australian Psychological Association (APA), last year was a difficult one for the mental health of the nation as a whole. One in three of us reported having a significant level of distress in life, while anxiety symptoms were the highest they have been for the last five years.

20/07/2016 - 9:55am

Diabetes is likely one of the most common chronic diseases in modern Australia, with 1.2 million people across the nation now living with it, according to the World Health Organisation. This in itself is a troubling number, and it is not an Australia-only problem; it is a global concern. However, what is even more worrying is the apparent acceleration of this issue, as Diabetes Australia CEO Professor Greg Johnson explains:

11/07/2016 - 11:31am

It's an established fact that a healthier workforce is a happier and more productive workforce. Keeping your staff able-bodied translates directly to better business outcomes in everyday operations, but we still have a problem when it comes to health in Australia.

17/06/2016 - 4:23pm

The 40-hour working week has become a standard in Australia; five days a week, nine in the morning to five in the evening. It's become such a common idea that people often forget just how much time this is, particularly in regards to how it affects their health. Mankind never evolved to be sat at a desk for eight hours a day, after all. For 13 per cent of the population, that 40-hour week stretches to 50 or more, according to the OECD.

26/05/2016 - 10:18am

Much like the trials and tribulations faced by families, small businesses are finding it difficult to compare corporate health insurance. There's a great benefit to Australia's competitive health insurance landscape: there are plenty of providers trying to offer the best products for the most affordable price.

09/05/2016 - 11:09am

American director, actor and comedian Woody Allen once said "80 per cent of success is showing up" - but was he wrong? In the workplace, absenteeism is a problem, but so is presenteeism, when people who are too sick to work do so regardless.

It's clearly not an ideal situation. Employees who are sick are unproductive and spread germs around the office, potentially leading to more business absenteeism than if that person stayed home to rest.

29/04/2016 - 2:55pm

There are near-countless reasons why a business would start using a corporate health plan. They can attract new employees with added healthcare benefits, retain workers through subsidised health insurance and reduce the number of sick days people take.

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