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Martin Dow and ABHI Collaborate to Offer Earned Wage Access

ABHI is offering Earned Wages to hundreds of organizations as financial wellness to its workers. The company has entered a partnership with Martin Dow Group, which is a top multinational healthcare company in Pakistan. For over 60 years, Martin Dow has been building excellence by shaping and leading the future of healthcare and always generating exceptional healthcare benefits for the groups through its creative and technologically refined patterns.

Mohammad Zaidi, Director at ABHI said, “We’re proud to partner with Martin Dow, one of Pakistan’s major healthcare groups, to financially empower their workforce. This shows their commitment and progressive thinking towards the wellness of their employees, hence, providing their workforce a better chance to counter the rising inflation.”

ABHI is offering Earned Wage access (EWa), which will allow healthcare group workers to approach their accumulated earnings before date. It further allows the workers to create quick financial decisions with relief and enhance their economic well-being.

Martin dow Group stays dedicated to its concept and is a more satisfactory place that is providing quality healthcare to its patients worldwide.

On the day of Mou signing Shahrukh Masood – Group Director HR & Corporate Communications said “In this era of disruption, Martin Dow has taken another step towards financially empowering its employees to take control of their finances with just a snap of a finger. Being a leading employer of choice, it is our responsibility to be on the cutting edge of advancement at all levels. We will continue to invest in our people and create opportunities for all our partners to flourish”.

Members like Martin Dow and many others that convey the concept of ABHI, keep the passion to restart operating seamless financial services to the groups.



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