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TaskUs Greece announces company-paid healthcare profits for its workforce

TaskUs Greece announces company-paid healthcare profits for its workforce

The newly introduced employer healthcare and life insurance benefits to cover employees and their unlimited dependents

TaskUs, a provider of outsourced digital services, has lately rolled out new employee healthcare and life insurance benefits including coverage for its employee workforce and an unlimited number of dependents. It has been reported that the TaskUs Greece teammates, who are enrolled in the free insurance, medical, and disability expenses plan, are automatically liable to enroll all of their immediate family members in the scheme.

According to credible reports, TaskUs has collaborated with a private healthcare insurance provider to offer employees and their dependents, the healthcare and life insurance coverages, which are almost 100% paid for by the firm. Services included in the plan are access to private hospitals, ICUs, and medical centers across the nation, and in-hospital benefits like discounts for examinations and checkups.

Commenting on the recent launch, Vice President for Operations at TaskUs Greece, Nikos Stavropoulos, stated that the health and well-being of its workforce remains its top priority, especially during the ongoing pandemic. It was revealed that through the unprecedented people-first benefits offered to the teammates and their families, the company is looking forward to living up to the values important to it.

Nikos further mentioned that employer-provided health coverage stands as a significant step for people in the global pandemic. In this regard, the TaskUs team is going beyond to help improve the health of its team members and their families.

Attesting to the company’s initiative to ensure better health of its employees, Christina Eleftheriadou, an accident survivor quoted that TaskUs’s comprehensive healthcare plan enabled her to get through her recovery phase with ease.

The holistic plan granted her an access to a well-organized and highly rated medical center with excellent surgeons that, if otherwise chosen over a public hospital, would have costed her thousands of euros.

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