Multinationals face a range of challenges when delivering employee benefits (EB) globally. Diverse environments and cultures mean employees have different needs and offering competitive EB packages to help retain employees, while controlling costs and streamlining administration is a tough balancing act.
Captive structures can deliver much greater operational and strategic benefits to multinationals compared to pooling arrangements. Using an EB captive, local offices of multinationals have the potential to offer better coverage flexibility and offer extended benefits to their employees, while maintaining a healthy control of costs.
Juliet Kwek, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, at MAXIS GBN and Daniel Goh, Head of Rewards Asia Pacific and Middle East and Global rewards Partner for Ocean and Logistics at Maersk, will be speaking about this all-important topic at PARIMA Dynamic Huddles on Monday 12 July at 9 am (UK time). Daniel will share feedback about implementing an EB captive and how MAXIS has helped Maersk in the journey.
This session is a follow-up to our first Dynamic Huddles session “How to take care of employees through EB” that featured our CEO Mattieu Rouot in May. Replay the session here
It’s going to be a fascinating discussion and one PARIMA (Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association) members won’t want to miss.
About PARIMA Dynamic Huddles
The PARIMA Dynamic Huddles is a programme exclusively crafted by risk managers for risk managers.
The objective of these Dynamic Huddles is to provide educational content for risk managers – mainly from the Asia Pacific region – about a variety of topics, including the state of the market and caring for employees.