Health and total rewards

Reimagine health and total rewards

When it comes to employee rewards, there's no one-size-fits-all solution. Developing the best benefits program for a global team requires in-depth strategy and research. It takes a wealth of information, data and feedback to ensure you're building a program that fits the needs of your people.

Our unique insights make it easier to find — and use — that information.

Advice for developing a bespoke benefits strategy

    With one crisis arising after another, businesses have to be quick to adapt to unfolding events. Find out how managing people risk across five key pillars can build business and human resilience.
    Strategic solutions for the areas you need it most
    Whether your organization already has a strategy in place for employee benefits, or this is your first time developing one, our advice and solutions work at any level: we meet you where you are.
    • Optimize employee benefits
      We help you harmonize employee benefits across countries, deal with cost inflation of benefit plans, and use your employee benefits data to identify trends and reduce claims.
    • Create successful employee benefit strategies
      Strategic help is available from publications such as our Health On Demand and Employee Benefits Tech Trends reports. We can also help with enhancing employee benefits experiences, designing packages to attract and retain talent, and creating diverse and inclusive employee benefits programs.
    • Prioritize employee well-being
      We can offer advice on creating a positive culture for mental health and wellbeing, while prioritizing overall employee health and safety.
    • Manage people risks and business resilience
      We help you to navigate the risks related to employee benefits programs, as well as develop white papers such as the People Risk Report to help you anticipate potential problems.
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