of Max Life Insurance’s eligible employee base partially vaccinated;
Inoculation drives extended for family members and agent advisors
Max Life Insurance Company Ltd. (“Max Life” / “Company”), today announced that more than 90% of its eligible employee base is partially inoculated as of July 15, 2021. The life insurer has ensured that nearly 11,000 employees are vaccinated with the first dose, and aims to have its entire employee base fully vaccinated before the end of the current fiscal. The Company has also extended the vaccination drive for employee’s family members and agent advisors in certain regions depending on availability.
Mindful of social distancing protocols, the vaccination drive is being carried out across the firm’s different locations in the country. The drive is being conducted in a seamless, organized manner with support from human resources and volunteers from other teams. The Company’s employees are receiving full vaccination assistance, including reimbursement of vaccine costs (wherever applicable), and provision of special vaccination leaves for both days of vaccination dosage.
Shailesh Singh, Senior Director & Chief People Officer, Max Life Insurance said, “Our people are our greatest asset. We have collectively responded to the pandemic with care and dedication for each other as well as our communities. We stay committed to providing and extending the best possible care programs to our employees, including holding vaccination drives across offices. We are grateful for the assistance we received to carry out this initiative without any difficulties and we will continue to step up efforts towards the overall health and wellbeing of our people."
Max Life is also providing real-time, pan – India information on vaccination centers and is offering the employees a medical health app that helps them book free medical consultations regarding any issue related to health, nutrition, and mental wellness. The team is also offering Covid-19 recovery counseling, home isolation guidelines, and hospitalization or medical support. Going a step further, the Company has also done away with the concept of ‘Leave Without Pay’ due to Covid-19 and advanced a credit of 12 Sick Leaves to employees’ leave balance, amplifying employee support.