Author: Ravneet Kaur

The one key factor that can change the experience of working abroad

Here’s why it is absolutely crucial to have a sound healthcare plan in action. Making a move away from your home land may be something that many aspire to do, but it is far more complicated than it seems. Once you have moved to a new country and settled abroad, you often end up with worries and concerns that are not pertinent only to you. The physical distance between your family back home may often end up worrying you, and for good reason – how do you ensure that your parents remain in good health? It is for this...

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Employee Satisfaction and Retention – Preventive Healthcare Services is the next big metric

With rising healthcare costs and increasingly busy lifestyles, the preventive healthcare services provide the most amount of comfort to a person. We have always spoken of preventive healthcare services in terms of personal benefits, and how it spells boon for the individual. But, this particular line of service also spells great benefit for companies, particularly when you look at the bigger picture. Medical benefits and advantages are increasingly becoming a part of pay packages, and this move is being regularised by companies globally to increase employee retention and joining rates. Medical expenditure is an inevitable yet costly part of...

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How Companies are relying on Preventive Health Care to relieve their employees of healthcare stress

The latest human resource efforts point at a trend where companies are increasingly providing healthcare solutions as part of regular employee benefits. When one talks about employee benefits, the thoughts often lead to monetary bonuses, holiday and entertainment packages, or even lucrative gifts in kind. However, a recent trend in the world of human resource strategies and employee benefits point at preventive healthcare policies being the latest entrant to employee benefit programs worldwide Healthcare policies have been a part of companies for years now, but they have mostly been constrained to medical insurance packages as part of the payroll,...

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Bounce back after a difficult week

It’s no surprise that you are feeling exhausted on a rare Sunday lull, despite having not done much. The last week burnt you out a bit too heavily, and you are left feeling completely disinterested in going back to work on the following day. The root cause of this is the difficult week that preceded. With rising work stress, workplace performance intensity often reaches peak levels that bring out the very best (and sometimes, worst) in people. Putting in added efforts and working hours do have benefits of establishing your name in office, but they burn you out to...

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The Family Holiday Then & Now

Come summer vacation time, and social media is full of people wearing bermudas grinning at us as they sip something lurid some place exotic. Vacation snaps are to social media what show-cases are to our drawing rooms- pictorial windows that give others a glimpse of the best parts of our life, spent lolling about in the beaches of Bali or the sidewalks of Rome. Competitive holidaying is a bruising contact sport, and nothing makes us happier than making other people miserable about our happiness. Of course, holiday photographs make all happiness generic- it is impossible to distinguish one family...

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