Claim Submission & Operational Working Hours Related to Work From Home

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Taking into account the increasingly worrying development of covid 19, the management of Sahabat insurance feels the need to take the following policies:

  1. Work From Home & operational working hours for Sahabat Insurance employees:
    • WFH (Work From Home) for all employees at the Jakarta head office from Monday 30 March 2020 to 03 April 2020.
    • Adjusted operational working hours for the head office and all branch offices outside Jakarta to 09.30 – 15.30 local time.
  2. For filing and reporting claims, during the implementation of the WFH policy at the head office, the following policies are taken:
Thus, we convey this notification, so that you are aware.
Thank you for your attention and good cooperation.

Friends of Insurance Management

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