For global companies to get C-suite and local buy-in for its global initiatives, they need to present data on how the strategy will impact the company’s workforce. Employers have to be creative with metrics as some data points are unavailable in certain countries (e.g., claims and absence data). By working with vendor partners, incorporating questions in employee surveys and utilizing external reliable data sources (e.g., World Health Organization), companies can develop viable metrics for its programs around the world.
Global Days Away from Work – Quantifying Cost Impact
GE Oil & Gas shared highlights of its methodology used to calculate medical cost globally.
Global Benefit Trends
This Mercer presentation explores 2016 trends including multigenerational workforce challenges and flexibility in working patterns.
Wal-Mart's Benefits Perception Survey in Latin America
This survey template was developed by Wal-Mart to gauge how various benefits were perceived in Latin America.