Private health insurance is scarce in the nation and is usually reserved for expats. There is no social healthcare system in the islands, although there are public hospitals.
Employers are responsible for providing medical insurance to their workers as required, and the Minister will establish a suitable premium based on the circumstances. This medical coverage covers on-the-job injuries as well as illnesses or injuries that occur off-the-job. If an employee lives on the company's property with their family, the employer is also liable for their medical care.
The labor rules do not specify any extra perks or incentives, but employers may opt to offer more at their discretion.