Fosters the company’s ethos of “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion”
With this new HMO policy, Sun Life is better able to provide a more inclusive and equitable medical and health benefits program that addresses needs of its diverse employees and their dependents.
Being a company that embraces a caring, flexible, and inclusive culture that looks after the well-being of its talent pool, Sun Life Philippines further enhances its medical and health benefits package with the inclusion of same-gender, domestic, and common law partners as eligible to be enrolled as qualified dependents under its new Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) policy. The recent move further fosters the company’s ethos of “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” through its recognition of the diverse needs of its employees.
“As an equal-opportunity employer, Sun Life strives to provide all employees with top-notch healthcare benefits that prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion,” says Michelle Cordero-Garcia, Chief Human Resources Officer of Sun Life Philippines. “With this enhanced medical package, we hope to foster an inclusive culture that respects and embraces the diversity of our people.”
With this new HMO policy, Sun Life is better able to provide a more inclusive and equitable medical and health benefits program that addresses needs of its diverse employees and their dependents; truly making the organization a “Great Place To Work®” in.
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