As a benefits broker, your clients rely on you for your knowledge of the world of employee benefits. They ask about health insurance, executive compensation, paid leave, compliance, administration, and anything in between. You are their subject matter expert.
As a business leader, you exert a lot of effort planning. You plan for positive things like financial growth, new products, hiring new employees, and moving into better offices. But you also plan for negative things like employee conflicts, economic downturns, and unexpected emergencies. Another negative scenario your business should prepare for is key person risk (sometimes known as key man risk).
Your company ran through the scenarios and analyzed the potential outcomes. And you committed to figuring out how to manage your key person risk. One option on the table? Executive health.
Almost every company has some level of key person risk (sometimes known as key man risk). And during COVID-19, the definition of key person risk changed, so if you didn’t have it before, you almost certainly do now. This means, as a business leader, you should be thinking about what you can do right now to manage your company’s key person risk.
COVID-19 has affected every business. Some have managed to operate reasonably well. Others have just been trying to keep the door open. The virus has changed the world as a whole, but it’s also changed the business world enormously, from switching to remote work to creating an entirely new set of priorities.
Top employers around the country offer executive physicals as a benefit for their most critical employees, from the C-Suite to the top salespeople to anyone with an indispensable skillset. Executive physicals are offered by two primary providers – hospitals and boutique concierge medical practices.
When it comes to executive health programs in the Atlanta area, you’ve got two options – Emory Executive Health or boutique concierge medical practices like PartnerMD.
More and more top employers are offering executive health programs, also known as executive physical or corporate health programs, to keep their most important employees healthy, happy, and productive. While some companies only offer them to executives (hence the name), other companies are discovering the value of offering them beyond the C-Suite, from top salespeople, to directors, to just anyone with an indispensable skill set.