Modernizing the way to share benefits through innovative programs and portals is vital to providing employees with the tools they need to build and manage their benefits portfolio. By changing the employee experience through technology, employers give them more control over their benefits.
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Traditionally international medical plans catered to mobile workers and those on short terms assignments and are more expensive because of the higher limits.
Moreover, adhering to sequential technology design-implementation processes, the “old model,” diminishes further innovations that can put technologies to new, unanticipated uses that increase an organization’s digital capacities.
While financial reasons are the most common motivation, older workers also frequently cite non-financial reasons for remaining in the workforce, including the desire to stay healthy and active, and taking pride and finding self-fulfillment in their work.
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HR departments are under increasing pressure to design benefit programs that employees will appreciate and are relevant to them.
HR professionals must leverage the latest disruptive trends and workforce health care strategies.
Enjoy our infographic with bite-sized insights from the 2018 Medical Trends in Asia report. For in-depth information, download our 2018 Medical Trends Around the World full report.
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