Corporate Social Responsibility
What is Corporate Social Responsibility?
Corporate social responsibility is becoming more and more important to businesses, and concerns the duty of care companies owe their stakeholders, that include:
- The Environment
A corporate health cash plan could grant an employee access to a better standard of healthcare. This in turn could lead to a healthier, happier lifestyle.
Corporate social responsibility includes the provision for safe working conditions, safety measures and affordable medical cover. The latter is available from just £1 per employee per week from UK Healthcare.
Why is Corporate Social Responsibility so Important?
Just as organisations and their stakeholders are becoming increasingly aware of their responsibility towards the environment, they are also becoming acutely aware of their responsibility to one another.
A businesses impact on its stakeholders including employees has become a fundamental part of measuring its overall performance as a business. Organisations are under greater scrutiny from their stakeholders to prove their value in fulfilling this responsibility.
With a corporate health cash plan from UK Healthcare, businesses can demonstrate their corporate social responsibility towards employees and show that they really are committed to making a difference
UK Healthcare recognises its own corporate social responsibility and works hard to ensure that the business does not simply benefit policyholders alone Every year, UK Healthcare donates large amounts of cash to a wide range of health related charities. Between 2011 and 2016 we have made over 200 donations totalling almost £700,000 to health related charities. Businesses that sign up to a corporate health cash plan with UK Healthcare enjoy the added benefit of knowing that wherever possible surpluses generated will be donated to a good cause.
For HR managers and business owners, it pays to talk to UK Healthcare about the benefits of a corporate health cash plan. Call 01204 555049 or fill out an Enquiry Form today.