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Most companies have a business continuity plan and take out insurance to protect their assets. However, many overlook the need to protect their most important assets, the people in their business, against death or critical illness.
Importantly, healthy, engaged employees are any business owner's competitive advantage. No matter how good your business model is or your products are, you still need a stellar team to build, support, improve, and sell them.
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Protect Your Business
There are a number of business situations in which the loss of a colleague can have severe implications for the financial health of a company. Life or sickness insurance can be used to mitigate the financial loss that may result.
Protect Your Employees
A healthier workforce is a happier, more productive one. Business health insurance is available for small to medium sized businesses with two to 249 employees with a range of benefits to help keep your workforce healthy.
Asset Harbour can help ensure that you are looking after your staff and, therefore, looking after your business.
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Benefits for your Business
Arranging Health Insurance for you and your employees can improve and give you more control over absence management, employee retention and engagement in healthy activities. Health insurance is the second most highly rated employee benefit after a pension.
Business Protection is one of the best ways to safeguard the future of your business. Whether you are looking for key person cover, shareholder protection, loan protection or a Relevant Life Policy, we have the right solution for your business.
It’s not something many of us want to think about but the death of a shareholder, especially if he or she is also a Director, which can have a major impact on a business that hasn’t planned for such an event. A Cross Option Agreement allows each shareholder to agree that following his or her death, the fellow shareholders will have the option to buy the deceased’s shares.
Most business owners do not think about what would happen to their business if they became incapable of running it or making those important day-to-day decisions through physical or mental incapacity. A Lasting Power of Attorney is a way of giving someone you trust the legal authority to make decisions on your behalf if you lack mental capacity and can no longer make decisions for yourself.