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    #ICYMI In Case You Missed It | Q2 2018

    Our quarterly bulletin ICYMI (in case you missed it) cuts through the noise to bring substantive thought leadership that will make a difference to employers and employees.

    This round-up of the top recently published editorial and thought leadership content from Generali UK, covers a variety of #Wellbeing and #EmployeeBenefits related topics.

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    Content

    1. HR & Risk: Top tips for tackling work-related stress together​
    2. Confident about your support for employees with cancer?​
    3. Global mobility & how to give the Board the data it needs​
    4. Male suicide prevention & why employers have a role to play​

     


     

    HR & Risk: Top tips for tackling work-related stress together​

    It’s hard to see any plus points associated with the huge problem of work-related stress. Yet it might just represent the key to ensuring a more integrated approach across HR and Risk. This, in turn, could bring big benefits in terms of securing and delivering joined-up support for employees, says Simon Thomas, Director – UK Employee Benefits, Generali..[back to top]

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    Confident about your support for employees with cancer?

    Employers should arguably be doing all they can to support employees with and after cancer. But how far should you reasonably go? And what are the cost / value implications? Asks Colin Hawes, Claims & Medical Underwriting Manager – UK Employee Benefits, Generali. [back to top]

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    Global mobility & how to give the Board the data it needs 

    With people strategy fast becoming a corporate differentiator, global mobility is moving on to the Board agenda. Against this backdrop, access to the right data is essential, helping you to balance costs with moving critical talent where needed. Pasquale Gorrasi, Director – International Lines, Generali Employee Benefits, takes a look at what international employee benefit providers can do to help make essential data more accessible. [back to top]
     
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    Male suicide prevention & why employers have a role to play

    Every week around 84 men in the UK take their own lives. Yet the money spent on suicide prevention by the government – in terms of mental health support - is miniscule. Intervention and prevention requires support from various angles. Colin Hawes, Claims & Medical Underwriting Manager – UK Employee Benefits, Generali, looks at what employers can bring to the mix. [back to top]

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