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 Brokers Call Summary: Account Management and Analytics
This global broker publication summarizes a moderated member discussion on account management, broker evaluation, benefits inventory database and analytics.
Mexico - Benefits and Well-being Benchmarking Survey Results
This survey report contains information about benefits, plan design, costs and areas of focus among GBGH member companies with operations in Mexico.
Thomsons Online Benefits: Thomsons Online Benefits: A More Engaging and Consistent Global Benefits Experience
Matt Jackson from Thomsons Online Benefits gave an overview of findings from their upcoming Global Employee Benefits Watch report, including elements of a best practice global benefits blueprint.