Our Legal & General and Me campaign puts a spotlight on our customer's employees and our colleagues. The campaign provides a personal insight into the value our support provides in the moments that matter most.
It also showcases the passion and purpose of our colleagues here at Legal & General Group Protection, and how we work together to provide the ‘Legal & General difference’ that our clients and their employees deserve.
Sarah is one of our Group income protection claimants. Sarah was a Clinical Researcher, planning and running large scale clinical trials for a wide range of medical conditions, including Cancer. She held a high-level, high-pressure job for many years. Sarah kindly agreed to talk to us about the events that happened in her life that contributed to her becoming absent from work and how the support from Legal & General helped.
Emma shares her experience of the care and support she recieved from Legal & General, through her employer having a group income protection policy with us.
Emma was diagnosed with Diabetic Retinopaphy, which severely affected her eyesight.
As a result, Emma suffered from recurring haemorrhages in both eyes, had to undergo two surgeries and became long term absent from work.
Nuriye is a Group Income Protection Claims Assessor at Legal & General. Nuriye talks about the parts of her job that she’s proud of, and how she feels we make a difference to employee's lives, with regards to taking the stress away from them when they’re going through tough times in their lives.
We’re extremely proud of our outcomes focussed approach to health and wellbeing, and in particular, the support we provide to long term sick or injured employees, in enabling them to get better and, where possible, return to work.
Under our Group Income Protection Get Better pillar, employees can be supported by an extensive range of vocational rehabilitation services. Our expert team build a care pathway around the individual by tailoring support to the employee’s needs and circumstances. We see the person – not the illness. Where appropriate, we'll fund support without the need for a GP referral or NHS waiting lists.
Full range of rehabilitation services
Provided through our Group Income Protection
|Mental health care pathway||
From mental health training for line managers to clinical assessment and return to work planning, we understand the importance of early intervention to support workplace mental health.
|Work related stress care pathway||
Provides employees with the right support to help them through stressful times in their lives.
Having a neurodiverse condition can impact an employee’s mental health so it’s important that every company has the right access to support for their colleagues.
|Cancer care pathway||
Helping employees access the right support during cancer treatment and recovery. Provides quick and easy access to resources, from counselling to creating a tailored return to work.
|Musculoskeletal care pathway||
Helps employers minimise risks for employees and build in systems for early reporting of symptoms, proper treatment and suitable rehabilitation.
Employees receive access to an online 12-month mental health relapse prevention programme with Onebright following a return-to-work intervention. It includes information, modules and resources to help employees stay well. The aim is to maintain recovery, help them monitor their wellbeing, and take action when needed.
Specialist healthcare partners
As well as access to our medically qualified in-house clinical team, we can also provide employees with support from specialist healthcare partners.