In our endeavor to get encourage fresh talent from campus, we are happy to announce the launch of ‘𝗠𝗔𝗫𝗧𝗘𝗖𝗛 '𝟮𝟬 – 𝗚𝗿𝗮𝗱𝘂𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗘𝗻𝗴𝗶𝗻𝗲𝗲𝗿 𝗧𝗿𝗮𝗶𝗻𝗲𝗲 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗴𝗿𝗮𝗺’, on 6th July 2020. The 3 bright Tech enthusiasts join us from @National Institute of Technology (NIT), Uttarakhand. We are delighted to welcome them to the Max Life family and extend our best wishes! @AjayKandpal @IshaniDabral @KunalRai #YouAreTheDifference
We are happy to have kickstarted the 3rd batch of ‘Max Life Future Leaders Program’ on 1st July 2020. This year the program has 7 passionate young MBA graduates joining us from Top B-schools across India. The ‘𝗠𝗮𝘅 𝗟𝗶𝗳𝗲 𝗙𝘂𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗲 𝗟𝗲𝗮𝗱𝗲𝗿𝘀 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗴𝗿𝗮𝗺’ is a unique program that is designed to develop future leaders by providing challenging and purposeful opportunities that accelerate their readiness to take on business leadership roles. The program encompasses rotations within and across functions in an accelerated learning environment. It's a fantastic way to get some early experience of the challenge and empowerment of each of our leadership positions. And we wish our young future leaders the very best!
At Max Life Insurance, we’ve always endeavoured to go the extra mile for our customers. With this vision in sight, early last year, we had embarked on the journey to bring efficiency to our customer services by building conversational interfaces, powered by Google Cloud, that enables self-servicing as a way to handle customer queries. And today it gives us immense pleasure to know that we are on the right track, especially as Google itself has published a case study on our conversational interfaces (Chatbots, WhatsApp, etc).
Checkout our latest TV Commercial with Abhay Deol!! "Like Father, Like Son" they say. Here in this ad too, we see the child getting inspired by the father (Abhay Deol), trusting that the father knows best. Just the way your family puts their trust in you, our improved Claims Paid Ratio shows our continuous efforts to honour the trust that countless Indian families place on us, specifically at the moment of truth – when a life insurance claim is made. Karo apno ka bharosa secure, with 99.22% #BharoseKaNumber Disclaimer: https://bit.ly/3blOIPQ ARN: 200620/SM/TVC
PROUDLY ANNOUNCING the all new #BharoseKaNumber, our 99.22% Claims Paid Ratio! . We’ve beaten our own benchmark yet again!! For the last 5 years, we have CONSISTENTLY IMPROVED our Claims Paid Ratio! . Just the way your family puts their trust in you, our increased Claims Paid Ratio shows our continuous efforts to honour the trust that countless Indian families place on us, specifically at the moment of truth – when a life insurance claim is made. . Karo apno ka bharosa secure, with 99.22%^ #BharoseKaNumber Disclaimer: https://bit.ly/3blOIPQ ARN:01062020/SM/BKN-L
Eid Mubarak! May you & your loved ones find joy, peace and prosperity on this blessed occasion. #YouAreTheDifference Disclaimer: https://bit.ly/3blOIPQ ARN: 190520/SM/Eid
Our Brain & Biases! The worldview we have is more perception than facts. It is because the human BRAIN is essentially A LAYERED FILTER that processes only about 40 pieces of info from about 11 million pieces it is exposed to at any given moment. These perceptual filters form our worldview. In doing this it also forms unconscious biases. And this impacts everything we do! Imagine the dangers of such unconscious biases in workplaces. At Max Life, as we strive to build a diverse & inclusive workplace, it is important for our employees to be aware of these biases which affect decision making & hinders trust. Kalpana T, Parity Consulting, led an engaging webinar on The Hidden & The Unknown biases. Overcoming these require conscious effort. + Become aware of your bias & worldview + Combat stereotypes by receiving information objectively + Draw inferences with empathy towards the diversity around + Consciously choose to be inclusive By proactively managing our responses to diversity, we build healthy relationships at work that can positively impact performance, engagement & culture.
We are glad to announce that ‘Max Life Smart Term Plan’ has won the ‘Product of the Year 2020' under the term life insurance category. Our product was part of the consumer survey on product innovation conducted by Nielsen with over 2400 people across categories. Check out our ‘Smart Term Plan’ here: https://bit.ly/2TmGfW6 . For us, #YouAreTheDifference and we keep striving to provide products that are truly beneficial to our customers. . . Disclaimer: https://bit.ly/3blOIPQ ARN: 050520/SM/PRO
There has been much buzz on how the pandemic can be a game changer for ‘Work’ as we have known it so far – especially for women. From managing her household, to handling her kids and then pursuing her professional ‘paid work’, the lockdown has brought the possibility of couples sharing household responsibilities more evenly. The Women of Max Life Insurance had some very engaging and candid virtual discussions earlier this month led by Irani Srivastava Roy, Seema Lakhtakia, Tulanahina Maity Pandey and Ritika Chopra. With 1884 female employees covered and 12 video chat sessions, the topics discussed were numerous, ranging from the challenges of WFH, their familial commitments, kitchen recipes, home schooling of kids, to, ideas on adapting the cultural shift. Also a big shout out to Aman Sharma for his help with the set-up. With Max Life Insurance in the Top 25 Best Workplaces in BFSI, 2020 (recognised by Great Place To Work Institute, India), our women employees are leading the efforts to build a caring and collaborative workplace. #YouAreTheDifference
STRESSFUL – No more. REFLECTIVE, yes! . Life has come to a grinding halt. The noisy rush of everyday life has been silenced. This is perhaps our ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ as individuals, and as a community, to make a meaningful change. . Presenting the poet from our midst, Shailendra Nath Jha, narrating his self-composed poem “Jab Niklenge Bahar Dobara”. . #IAmTheDifference #balance #workfromhome #stress #productivity #worklifebalance . . Disclaimer: https://bit.ly/3blOIPQ ARN: 23042020/SM/POEM