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Feb 15, 2020


Thank you, 2017


Thank you, 2017

The team at Beneco would like to thank you for your ongoing support throughout 2017. It’s been a fantastic year and we look forward to working with you again in achieving long-lasting positive outcomes in 2018!


Our goal for the New Year is to continue to provide an exceptional level of service and helping all stakeholders by delivering personalised care for people who are injured, or employers that are affected by injury or illness.


Best of Beneco in 2017:


*Reepod became Beneco, and our new brand was born
*We worked closely with our referring partners to reduce the “delay to referral” to 196 days (reduction of 16%)
*Despite the above-average “delay to referral”, the Beneco team have worked tirelessly to achieve a return to work rate of 95.8%
*Teamed with employers to roll out 74 preventative intervention
*The Beneco team’s fantastic work was acknowledged with our nomination as a finalist in Category 7 for “Customer Excellence” at the icare NSW CASE Awards.


We look forward to building on this in 2018. This will include a reduction in claim duration, delay to referral and cost of intervention. Stay safe, and most importantly enjoy the festive period with your family and friends! Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Beneco specialises in return to work services for employers, employees and insurance agencies. Beneco uses innovative thinking to individualise back-to-work strategies that are sustainable across a variety of different environments.

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