Your Business With James Caan 2017 - 268
Place oral health at the heart of employee wellbeing
umans break. Working
nine to five has become 24/7,
work anywhere has become
work everywhere and technology is
Work pressures prevent people from looking
after their health and, even for those employers
who care for their employees, illness isn't good
for business. Maintaining a healthy, productive
workforce therefore requires business planning.
This is more than just putting in place insurance
or an optional benefits plan - proactively
supporting employee wellbeing has become
a business necessity.
Companies need their talent well in order
for them to perform.
Providing employees with a dental
plan will help your business to demonstrate
real commitment to the maintenance of
your employees' health, wellbeing and
By repaying the costs of employees' dental
check-ups, appointments and associated
treatments, staff are more likely to take better
care of themselves among the increasing
pressures of everyday work. And if your people
continue to perform well, so does your business.
A business necessity
Employers now have a wide range of employee
benefits to consider, each claiming to support
employees in different ways. Yet, increasingly,
employers understand the value of adding a
dental plan to a benefits package.
A dental plan isn't just a "nice to have". Good
oral health among employees has been linked