With pressure on wages in recent years, 87% of UK companies now report that they offer a type of health promotion benefit to attract and retain employees.* There is a clear move towards employers taking action with nearly 40 percent implementing new benefits.** Whether you have one or hundreds of employees, healthcare benefits can help you stand out amongst the competition.
Musculoskeletal conditions and stress are the 2 major causes of workplace absence.*** Having the means to treat these conditions is important, however it’s also important to think beyond medical insurance. Looking at intervention before a condition becomes serious can reduce long-term absence. That’s why we help advise on an overall programme if required.
Other benefits can include:
- Dental insurance
- Wellness days
- Health screenings
- Travel insurance
- Health cash plans
- Employee Assistance Programme
At Pinnacle, we see ourselves not as a partner for your business but as part of your business.
A recent Ipsos Mori poll shows that the health service, hospitals and healthcare are among the top 2 current concerns among the UK population****. Understandably, nothing is more important than protecting ourselves and our loved ones for the future. A private medical insurance policy can put control back in your hands with a bespoke policy to meet your needs.
You might be concerned about waiting times, access to a wide range of drugs and treatment not available on the NHS, or the increased risk of ill-health at an older age. Your dedicated Pinnacle consultant will review the UK healthcare market and construct a package personal to you. Depending on your chosen level of cover, benefits of private healthcare include:
- Quick access for treatment
- Choice of consultant
- Broad range of treatment options
- Private room for in-patient care
- Complementary therapies
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We work with clients of all types. Talk to us to find out how we can make the difference.
* / ***CIPD Health and Well-being at work survey May 2018 **Glass Door UK employment confidence survey Q3 2016, ***Ipsos MORI Issues Index 2017