Employee Benefits Insurance in South Africa

Employees are the single biggest ingredient of any successful business recipe.

 Employee Benefits
Employee Benefits - Make your job offer enticing
with both Salary and Benefits

Why Employee Benefits Insurance:

When an applicant looks for employment, the two MOST important factors they consider, are the 'Salary' and 'Benefits' on offer.

Offering benefits to your employees, will attract a higher calibre of worker and make your company more successful, as well as more profitable. Well-structured 'Employee Benefits' are good for workers – and in return, also for your business or company's profits. Investigate innovative products and services, in offerering the best possible employee benefits and solutions to your staff.

Motivated and dedicated employees, form the backbone of all successful enterprises. To build a great business, you need great people from the foundation up. In order to attract these valuable, skilled individuals to your company, and also to retain them, you have to make your offer enticing. A good salary helps, but just as important – if not more so – is the promise of extra security, like Employee Benefits Insurance, as employees are the single biggest ingredient of any successful business recipe.

By structuring and planning employee benefits through costs effective risk solutions, employers may attract and retain quality employees. Bear in mind that happy employees also equal happy margins.

DIB Solutions (Pty) Ltd have partnered with reputable underwriters and various insurance companies in order to assist our clients with appropriate Insurance cover – we can therefore also assist clients with tailor-made products (where applicable) at competitive premiums. We provide a professional and personal service, as well as build long-term relationships with our clients. Discuss your individual needs with one of our experts and thus ensure to obtain the best possible employee benefits for your staff.
 

Also note some of the important considerations when looking for Employee Benefits Insurance:

 
  • Additional Considerations: In essence, a great employment benefit scheme, is not so much about whilst people are still being employed, but it is more about when they retire, get sick, die, or even become disabled. Are you taking care of those employees who helped you grow your business? Are their dependents being looked after properly?
  • Contributing Factors: There are many contributing factors in how an employer can improve the benefits for employees in the workplace. Some of these are not related to monetary aspects alone, but rather to a culture or management style.
  • Employee benefits: Employee benefits often associated with these contributing factors, could be the following: Flexible working hours, a less informal work place, an on-site nurse, day-care facilities for toddlers, life coaching programs, social involvement, study leave, financial support benefits and many more. Employees value these added benefits. Combining these benefits with great financial benefits, will ensure employers both attract and retain quality employees all the time.
  • Options & Enhancements: The following are all great options to enhance your employment benefits: Group risk benefits, group life, group funeral, pension funds, provident funds, medical aid, hospital plans, Gap cover, and more.
  • Packages: By enhancing packages to also include benefits such as retirement benefits, disability cover, medical aid, pension, or provident funds, are all benefits that employees value. These risk events may be complicated. We would therefore recommend that a specialist broker is appointed to make constructive proposals. This will ensure that it will fall within a budget, and improve the benefits on offer to your valuable employees.
  • Specialist Broker Firm Assistance: A Specialist Broker Firm can provide the financial advice, as well as the necessary back-office services associated with medical and disability claims. Employees benefit through a “one stop” solution, backed by great service delivery. For example, where a disability may occur, they will manage both the claim and the rehabilitation process – until the employee is ready to return to work again.
  • Specialist Broker: A Specialist Broker will further be functional in assisting both the employer, as well as the employees, in order to maximise their employment benefits, risk factors and budget.
 

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