Join us on Tuesday 24th July, 1pm-4:30pm, at Punter Southall Health & Protection, 11 Strand, London WC2N 5HR
Free to Expat Academy members £300+VAT for non-members
This training session led by Punter Southall Health & Protection will cover three essential benefits topics for the Global Mobility Professional:- Mental Health, International Healthcare and Global Wellbeing.
Mental Health – Learn about the particular challenges for assignees and those living outside their home country. We will cover the importance of pre-assignment screening and cultural training to ensure the right mental health support is in place from the outset. With the use of case studies, you will gain advice on how to manage these challenges and you will walk away with a clear idea of the support your organisation could offer.
International Healthcare– Learn how policies are constructed and priced. There are a variety of approaches to risk for locations around the world and it can be surprising what providers will consider when pricing international benefits schemes. Gain advice on the appropriate questions to ask when reviewing your cover to keep the process simple and efficient.
Delegates will take away a really useful “buyers checklist for Expat benefits”.
Global Wellbeing Challenges – Wellbeing is a key consideration for employers in 2018. Learn how leading employers integrate assignees into their wellbeing programmes. This session will offer guidance on the options available, the methods of delivery and the effectiveness of various programmes.
1.00pm – Arrival and registration
1.30pm – Introduction and welcome from John Dean
1.40pm – Wellbeing ‘Developing a Global Strategy – presented by Anna Spender, Director of Actuarial Data Analytics
2.15pm – Benefit buying challenges – presented by Tristan Cleaver and John Dean
3.00pm – Break
3.30pm – Mental Health and Global Workforces – presented by guest speaker Stacy Thomson (Impact Coaching). Stacey is a mental health nurse and involved in a number of initiatives and coaching to increase awareness and support metal health in the workplace. She is also involved in Thrive in the City.