RECORDED: 18 May 2017
Across Asia, employers are under constant pressure to make their employee benefits programs more innovative, effective, cost efficient and sustainable. The challenge is not just to improve on these parameters, but to differentiate the program. 80% of organizations (according to Mercer Marsh Benefits 2016 Benefits Under the Lens: Identifying the Missing Link Survey) state that they are driven to differentiate their benefit package in order to attract prospective talent and retain high potential individuals. As a result, organizations spend considerable time and money structuring highly competitive programs and searching for vendors with best-in-class technology and customer service.
Even without extensive resources, organizations can create communications that help employees realize the full value of their benefits—breaking the cycle of endless tweaking by HR to gain a few more points of employee satisfaction
Who Should Attend
HR professionals, Marketing/ Communication Managers
Celine Ng Tong, Principal and Asia Consulting Leader
Claudia Ukonu, Asia, Middle East and Africa Marketing Leader
Title: Developing effective communication strategies to drive value
INTERNATIONAL HEALTH FIRST
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BENEFITS UNDER THE LENS
Effective communication strategies can help to drive employee appreciation of their benefits.