OPINION: New Zealand’s public health system is in serious trouble and the private sector could offer a solution.
Sovereign’s Head of Health Products shares her thoughts on the relationship between private health cover and our public health system.
FROM THE CEO – Financial commentators predict that the type of insurance consumers buy in 20 years will be very different to what’s on offer now. At Sovereign, we are preparing ourselves for the future by using the power of technology and data to target new areas of customer demand.
If an organisation is unable to assure its customers that their information is safe, people’s trust in it will be eroded.
Jake Bailey is currently in remission from Burkitts Hodgkinson lymphoma, a condition he was diagnosed with in 2015 – his final year of high school. Based on his experience, we asked him to write a letter to his future self and share what he learned during this journey. Here’s what he said.
What self-limiting beliefs are holding you back from achieving what you want? Reflect on this incredible example from The Hunger Project to consider how you can change your thinking and overcome the seemingly impossible.
Suicide is extremely complex and an area that I certainly don’t profess to understand. But, as a New Zealander who wants our country to thrive, it’s clear that the current situation needs to change.
If you want a business that attracts and retains top talent then a diversity strategy has to be your number one priority.