Meesho, the internet commerce company in India, has partnered with Plum, an employee health insurance platform to create a new benchmark for employee care and benefits. This initiative is part of Meesho’s comprehensive MeeCARE programme that has been conceived and designed with an aim to boost holistic wellbeing for Meeshoites and their families.
Key highlights of the Meesho Group Health Insurance (GHI) policy*:
- Coverage for maternity-related expenses of up to INR 100,000 for normal and c-sec deliveries
- Group health insurance with a coverage of INR 600,000 with top-up options upto INR 2,500,000
- Insurance coverage for newborn children from Day 1
- Coverage for infertility treatments
- Coverage for Air Ambulance up to INR 100,000
- Coverage for members of the LGBTQ community and live-in partners
*The plan has a robust design covering illness, injury and death comprehensively through adequate Group Health Insurance, Group Personal Accident Cover and Group Term Life Insurance. The cover is provided not just for employees but also for dependent parents/in-laws, spouses, kids and live-in partners as well. Additionally, it will also include access to Plum’s wellness and telehealth services and health checkups, vision care, unlimited dental consultations and discounted medicines. The claims process itself is completely digitised with Plum delivering a best-in-class Claims NPS (Net Promoter Score) of 79.
Ashish Kumar Singh, CHRO, Meesho said, “Emanating from the philosophy of ‘doing the right things’, MeeCARE attempts to elevate employee experience through a host of wellness initiatives and world-class benefits. With constantly evolving workplace dynamics, our efforts are channelised towards meeting the unique and individual needs of our people.”
Driven by the people-first mantra, MeeCARE covers a broad spectrum of wellness initiatives through a combination of policies, benefits and other interventions. These will encompass mental and physical health through yoga, meditation, insurance plans and sessions on nourishment and female health while educating employees on financial protection as well. The programme also caters to the emotional wellbeing of the employees while driving social impact through regular interventions and activities.