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You’ll be receiving the first instalment of our newsletter soon, but in the meantime we thought you might be interested in some of our recent small business health and wellbeing articles.
Everyone plays a crucial role in a small business. So just one person being off for a while can make it hard for you and your team to keep the commitments you’ve made. And that can increase the pressure on all and affect business plans.
Our small business health insurance can help you and your people get well and back to work quickly. We understand that every business is different, with different wants and needs when it comes to health insurance. That’s why we think that the best way for you to get the healthcare cover that’s right for your business is to let you build your plan yourself. You may want to get speedy access to diagnosis and treatment for your team, or mental health support for the pressures which come with your area of work.
Whichever options you choose, all of our small business health insurance plans come with unlimited access to our 24/7 online GP service, Doctor@Hand (provided by Doctor Care Anywhere). This gives you and your team access to 20 minute appointments with a GP at a time and place that works for you (subject to appointment availability). Fair usage policy applies.
As part of The AXA Growth Leaders Series, we produced The AXA Growth Leaders report in collaboration with The Supper Club. It explores the concept of leading with a growth mindset through insights and viewpoints from business leaders.
The Championing Mental Health in SMEs report, published on Raconteur.net explores what small business leaders can do to ensure the mental wellbeing of their staff and protect their business, amid a nationwide stress epidemic.
The Employee Engagement and Benefits special report, published in The Times, charts the rise of mental ill-health in the workplace and the need for employers to tackle the wellness crisis.
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