How specialist third-party support could benefit financial services firms when dealing with older customers: RedArc responds to FCA Occasional Paper Ageing Population and Financial Services

Following the release of the Financial Conduct Authority’s Occasional Paper – Ageing Population and Financial Services – RedArc’s managing director, Christine Husbands, suggests a third party ‘buffer’ could be beneficial for all parties: “Our experience shows that consumers do not adequately consider the risks of changes to their future personal circumstances such as ill health… Continue reading →

RedArc supports FSB ‘wellbeing in small business’ campaign

RedArc is supporting the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) with its new campaign to help increase wellbeing in small businesses across the UK. The FSB wellbeing campaign, which runs over a fortnight from 18 to 29 September, aims to give small businesses a range of tips to improve wellbeing. RedArc provides the medical care and… Continue reading →

Make mental health support a feature of more insurance policies, says RedArc, prior to World Suicide Prevention Day (10 September)

Direct and employer-sponsored insurance policies could help reduce the UK’s suicide rate Suicide rates have been on the increase since 2007, according to figures from the Samaritan’s Suicide Statistics Report 2017, highlighting the fact that insurers and employers must not shy away from tackling mental health conditions including chronic depression, stress, anxiety, PTSD and trauma,… Continue reading →

2017 Patient Survey Results

I am delighted to confirm the results of our annual survey:

  • Overall 98% of patients rated the service Good/Excellent
  • Response: 49%

With utilisation rates consistently over 85% this reinforces and demonstrates the real value that RedArc adds.

Download 2017 results

Article: HR News

When a staff member gets sick, and the diagnosis turns out to be cancer, most employers are sympathetic towards the diagnosis, but it seems that the physical aspects of the disease are only one component. HR Managers need to be prepared for the emotional and mental side effects of the disease. In fact, employees living… Continue reading →