Supplementary health insurance compensates for the portion of healthcare costs not covered by the national social security system. As an employer, you can finance this contribution for your employees and even propose to extend it to all family members.
Some insurance companies allow you to choose the portion you want to finance, while the remaining portion remains the employee's responsibility.
A group supplementary health insurance is interesting in that it benefits all employees. And all are treated fairly, regardless of their medical condition, since there is no medical questionnaire to complete.
A perk that allows the company to control its costs and represents a significant saving for employees. In fact, were they to take out supplementary health insurance on an individual basis, the employee would have to pay 20 to 30% more than by enrolling with the company scheme, at the group rate.