Simplyhealth Blog

Abbie Tarrant tells us about her role in the Compliance team

Posted on May 31, 2016 by Brynna Gabrielson
When Abbie Tarrant joined Simplyhealth in January 2015 she only expected to stick around for 9 months before going off to law school. A year and a half later she tells us why she decided to stay at Simplyhealth instead of returning to school, and shares some great info about her role here. Continue Reading
In our latest employee profile we take some time to get to know Helen Blyth who works at a Product Manager in our Product team. Continue Reading

Becoming a Dementia Friend

Posted on April 19, 2016 by Sarah Warwick, Customer Services Trainer
As a Dementia Friends Champion, Sarah Warwick, also a Customer Service Trainer at Simplyhealth, recently hosted two sessions at our Leeds and Manchester offices to give others a greater understanding of dementia and becoming a Dementia Friend. Continue Reading

Remembering a moment through music

Posted on April 7, 2016 by Jeannie Travell, Senior Customer Advisor

Music in Hospitals is a UK based charity which aims to improve the lives of adults and children with a range of illnesses and disabilities through professionally performed live music in hospitals, hospices, day care centres, special schools and nursing and residential homes.

Jeannie Travell, Senior Customer Advisor, tells us about her recent visit to see the charity in action.

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Why following the Living Wage Foundation Rate is important to us Featured

Posted on April 1, 2016 by Louise Wells, Reward and Benefits Manager

Here at Simplyhealth we're dedicated to supporting our people and helping them as best we can. That's why we follow the Living Wage, a voluntary hourly rate recommended by The Living Wage Foundation - a rate which is more than what is required by law. 

We've been committed to following the Living Wage since 2013. We believe it's imperative that all of our employees receive a fair wage that covers the necessary bills and expenses each month, but also have some money left over to put towards treats, or whatever takes their fancy!

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