4 important aspects of a proactive disability insurance program
By adopting a holistic approach, employers can offer more creative accommodations and coordinate other program benefits to ensure an employee gets the assistance they need.
By Jung Ryu|May 07, 2018 at 03:00 AM
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Organizations are impacted every day by employees’ health conditions. Whether an employee is experiencing chronic pain, or an individual needs time off to treat a mental health issue, you are being challenged daily to provide ways to properly support an employee while ensuring the business remains productive. Balancing the right way to help employees either return to work or stay at work and be productive can be easier with the right disability carrier.
May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month, making it a great time to take a critical look at the way your disability insurance program addresses employee absences and disabilities. Is your program reactive? Does it require employees to prove they are disabled before providing help? Does it treat health conditions with a siloed approach?
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