Benefits from Company

QUESTION Dear HR professionals, I am reviewing my companies’ policy on benefits, and will like to understand more on what are the usual practice (i.e. no. of days / amount) for the following benefits: 1. Marriage Leave 2. Eldercare Leave 3. Compassionate Leave 4. Medical Examination Benefits Thank you in advance for your response! Pris     REPLIES & COMMENTS REPLY 1 1) 3 days 2) NA 3) 3 days (spouse/child/parent/sibling), 1 day (parent-in-law/grandparent) 4) $800/annum IC     REPLY 2 For Marriage Leave : 3 days Eldercare : Nil Compassionate Leave (Siblings, parents, Parents In Law, children, spouse, grandparents): 3 days per occasion, 6 days per year Medical Benefit : $200 per year Dental : $100 per year JT     REPLY 3 Our Company Benefit for the following are 1. Marriage Leave – 3 days 2. Eldercare Leave – currently No policy for this 3. Compassionate Leave – 3 days 4. Medical Examination Benefits – discussion on this matter and not confirm. Pris     REPLY 4 1. Marriage Leave – 3 days for confirmed staff 2. Eldercare Leave – NA 3. Compassionate Leave – 3 days for confirmed staff (parent, child, spouse, sibling, parentin-law) 4. Medical Examination […]

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Benefits For Birthday Staff

Benefits for Birthday Staff

Question Dear HR Professionals, May I know if your company have provide any benefits for Birthday staff? Would appreciate if you could share some of the ideas. TL     Reply 1 My company does give out birthday gifts for birthday staffs every year, such as power banks, backpack, toiletries bag. Diyanah     Reply 2 For us we do provide birthday staff a card sign off by the Principal and enclose a $20 voucher i.e. NTUC or Capital Land vouchers. And for round up birthday age i.e. 20th, 30th, 40th so on will get a hamper e.g. wine or chocolate or crabtree-Evelyn goodies. This is handled by our front desk not HR. HK     Reply 3 Our company gives 1 day of Birthday Leave for the staff to use on any day of the year. Does not need to be on the birthday itself. On top of that, we also give the staff a $50 shopping voucher and birthday cake to celebrate during their birthday month. Joanna     Reply 4 We gave Takashimaya vouchers for birthday, starting from $100 and up to $1000 ( Based on years of service). Had been doing it for the past 20 years and staff […]

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Group Insurance Policies

Group Insurance Policies

Question Hi HR Professionals, Our company is in the midst of reviewing our benefits and would appreciate sharing on your company Group Insurance Scheme for staff as well as other benefits. Our company has the followings : – Term Life – Personal Accident – Hosptialisation and Surgical – Major Medical Hospitalisation – Work Injury – Outpatient (covered by insurance) – Dental $120 / year – Annual leave 14 days (add 1 day for every 3 years service, max 18 days) – Compassionate Leave – 3 days – Exam Leave – 3 days for coy sponsored course – Health Screening – 5 years service & abv 40 years old – Winter Wear Reimbursement – S$200 once every 2 years Greatly appreciate sharing. Sue Reply 1 Most companies’ group insurance benefits are becoming a “supermarket”. All benefits are in irregardless of needs. For example Group Accident. Since there is Term Life coverage and Work Injury policies in place, I don’t see why there is a need for Group Accident. Most of the citizen now have integrated shield plans, so there is no need for such a high cover for Group Hospitalisation. So the savings from there can go into some Outpatient cover for Specialist or extend basic Outpatient cover […]

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