At AXA Health, we have created a series of guides for small businesses. Covering a number of topics related to health and wellbeing, our guides provide actionable insights and tips to help keep your people healthy and happy.
Owning a business can be incredibly rewarding, but it can be challenging at times too. You often have to take on a lot of responsibility so it can be easy to let health and wellbeing take a back seat. Our small business guide series aims to help you prioritise employee wellbeing within your business.
There are many things that can affect your employees wellbeing, that you may not even be aware of. One of these is the menopause.
Our small business guide to menopause explores how business owners can support their employees at work, as well as how people can manage menopause symptoms in the workplace and at home.
If you've considered adding healthcare cover to your employee benefits package, it's likely that you have questions around how it works. You'll want to make sure that you're getting the cover that will best suit your team and your budget, so you can be there for your people when they need it most.
That's why we've created our small business guide to health insurance.
When your employees dedicate so much of their time and energy to your business, it's understandable that you'd want to ensure that they're healthy and happy both inside and outside of work.
In our small business guide, Eugene Farrell, Mental Health Lead at AXA Health, shares his tips and advice for how small business owners can support mental health at work.
The cost of living crisis is currently at the forefront of everyone's minds. With increasing bills, inflation on the rise and financial uncertainty, it's unsurprising that many of us are concerned about the financial situation and the future. While the cost of living crisis is outside of your control, there are steps that you can take to help reduce the impact that it can have on your business and your team.
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