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While expanding operations globally is an exciting phase for any organisation, providing international benefits can bring certain challenges. As the world’s largest health & benefits broker, Aon has local offices in over 120 countries in the world, providing a wealth of experience in dealing with multinationals and international benefits.
Our people are local and global benefits specialists and have a reputation for client care and excellence. Our global benefits offerings include:
- Global benefits strategy
- Global online benefits or flex plan design and administration
- International pensions
- Global benefits broking
- Benefits risk and governance advice
- Benefits branding and communication
- Health and wellbeing strategy and delivery
- Benefits administration
- Employee engagement solutions
In addition, each benefit can be integrated into our revolutionary benefits technology platform globally, enabling you and your employees to access providers, make choices, process claims management, benefits administration and management information. Not only this, but through our client reporting tools, full visibility on your benefits plan, market positioning, costs, providers and more will be available all through an agile, intuitive portal.
Get in touch to find out how we can implement your benefits strategy at an international level. Contact us at email@example.com or speak to one of our advisors by calling +353 1 266 6000.
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The case for Flexible Benefits in Ireland white paper
Many employers are now focusing on a differentiated approach to reward and benefits. The growth in adoption of the flexible and online benefits model is now established and seemingly set to continue at a faster pace. Read more.
2018 EMEA Health Survey
Across EMEA and locally in Ireland, improving employee health, wellbeing and engagement is high on the agenda for many employers. We are delighted to publish the results from our Survey which covers more than 900 employers across the region. The Survey makes interesting reading and outlines the key health issues employers are facing as they develop their people risk strategies, including the opportunities and challenges. Read more. Read more.