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THT wins employee productivity award, pledges more service

By Clarkson Voke Eberu
17 December 2020   |   2:54 am
Leading Health Maintenance Organisation (HMO), Total Health Trust (THT), has emerged Employee Productivity Partner of the Year at the eighth yearly Banks and Other Financial Institutions (BAFI) Awards organised by BusinessDay Media recently in Lagos. The prize was presented by the former president of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers, Mr. Henry Olayemi, to the firm’s…

Leading Health Maintenance Organisation (HMO), Total Health Trust (THT), has emerged Employee Productivity Partner of the Year at the eighth yearly Banks and Other Financial Institutions (BAFI) Awards organised by BusinessDay Media recently in Lagos.

The prize was presented by the former president of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers, Mr. Henry Olayemi, to the firm’s CEO, Mr. Kieran Godden, accompanied by Head of Distribution and Client Engagement, Mr. Toyin Deinde, and Head of Internal Audit, Mr. Abimbola Sobade, during the event themed “Customer First, Communities Always.”

The organiisers said the honour was in appreciation of the company’s service delivery for customer and employee satisfaction as well its cutting-edge offerings in Nigeria’s health insurance sector.

In his remarks, Godden described the award as a “recognition for continued innovation in the health insurance space and placing of customers at the centre of every action.”

He continued: “Total Health Trust is driven by the need to place quality healthcare within financial reach of every Nigerian. Our purpose – Working Together to Make Nigeria Healthier – is lived every day by all our staff, and ensures we do everything within our ability to support businesses, boost productivity and improve the overall quality of life.”

He stressed the role HMOs play in promoting employee satisfaction and health and how this could significantly impact the growth and stability of businesses, and by extension, the growth of the Nigerian economy.

The recipient is a health insurance provider that delivers reliable healthcare for SMEs, corporates, and multinationals, with local knowledge and global expertise, around its purpose of working together to make Nigeria healthier.