Employee Healthcare Advice | Aberdein Considine Wealth

Taking care of your most important asset

Employee Healthcare

Allied to modern well-being services such as confidential helplines and absence-management programmes, designed as an early intervention to prevent long-term sickness, healthcare can provide one of the most effective benefits for both the employer and employee.

For employers:

  • A good healthcare plan can help attract the right talent to your business;
  • Effective, integrated healthcare can reduce absence and staff costs; and
  • Keep employees happy at work by providing quick access to quality care.

For employees:

  • A good healthcare programme provides access to quality care, quickly and conveniently;
  • Should you wish it can provide healthcare for their families too; and
  • Access to confidential support on a range of personal matters can be invaluable.

We can help your organisation integrate these provisions with expert advice, developing a programme designed specifically for your organisation and your budget.

How can we help

Our healthcare services include advice on and the design, implementation and management of:

  • Private medical insurance (PMI)
  • Dental cover
  • Employee assistance programmes (EAPs)

Where healthcare arrangements are being provided alongside risk benefits, our integrated approach ensures the two complement each other. This can have a significant impact on claims and absence management.

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