In the wake of COVID cases in India, New Delhi-based Hike said, it will be providing support during the second wave of COVID-19 to their employees and their dependents. The company will provide insurance policies, expenses, and medical facilities.
“In the difficult time of Covid-19, Hike remains stick to its work for providing strength to its employees and surety about their well-being and in every possible way supporting those impacted by covid-19,” said Hike an Indian Al-led Unicorn startup which is committed to building up a new social future.
Last week, Hike donated free oxygen cylinders and beds to Hemkunt Foundation and One More Breath. At the time of scarcity of beds, oxygen gas cylinders, medicines of covid-19, Hike Covid-19 support claims for medical coverage to their employees and their families by covering expenses of medicines and hospital fees and also by providing oxygen gas cylinder and ensure not to panic during these situations.
In top addition cover, Hike also giving insurance support to their existing employee beginning from 1 April, 2021 by extending more which help its employees in terms of expenses. It has also extended an infinite period of paid leave to those battling COVID-19 or caring for impacted family members.
Hike has also announced a vaccination drive and set up dedicated Telegram and email helplines so that people can reach out to these helplines with the help of mobile on immediate purpose and for vaccination also. Mainly to assure supply of medicines and providing support of testing to employees and their family members.
Hike Healthcare Wellness Program is only for employees including their families (children, parents, husband, wife) of Hike. This program is mediclaim insurance which provides services like expenses of ambulance, hospitalization fees (covering oxygen cylinders, medicines, and more) as well as charges of OPD which includes consultation charges of doctor and recommended medicines.
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