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          #ICYMI In Case You Missed It | Review of Q4 2020

          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. Generali links with Bupa to offer Covid tests to GIP clients
          2. Bupa and Generali team up for GIP partnership
          3. Will your reward spend bring you results, from lock down to long-term?
          4. Sickness absence | Why remote monitoring requires urgent attention
          5. Pain management consultation: What employers need to know
          6. Work-related stress: How to strike a balance between prevention and paternalism
          7. Work-related stress: cost and compliance
          8. In depth: Global underwriting in focus
          9. Employee care | How to make financial wellbeing work​

          Generali links with Bupa to offer Covid tests to GIP clients

          Corporate Adviser magazine reports on the new commercial partnership announced between Generali UK Employee Benefits and Bupa, aimed at supporting the wellbeing of UK employees who work for multinational companies. Representatives from Generali and Bupa discuss the need to provide a framework to support long-term employee physical and psychological wellbeing - now more than ever. 

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          Bupa and Generali team up for GIP partnership

          A range of Bupa’s employer-funded wellbeing services will be made available to Generali UK’s group income protection clients. On offer is back-to-work support with a specific focus on risk assessment, testing and Covid-19 support mechanisms. Simon Thomas, Director, Generali UK Employee Benefits, states: “In this new normal – and beyond – employers need the industry to take a more integrated health, wealth and risk approach.”

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          Will your reward spend bring you results, from lock down to long-term?

          Reports during the pandemic suggested business leaders were realising the true importance of employee wellbeing to productivity – with lockdown serving to shine a light here. But is there a need for a total rethink and restructure whist we carry forward lessons learnt? 

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          Sickness absence | Why remote monitoring requires urgent attention

          With the prediction of increasing levels of mental health and musculoskeletal claims as a result of home working, Colin Hawes, Head of Claims at Generali UK discusses what practical and preventative steps employers should be taking. Link from this article to a guide to absence management in the new normal from Generali UK and Eversheds Sutherland.

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          Pain management consultation: What employers need to know 

          The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) is currently consulting on chronic pain management. This comes at a time when experts predict an increase in musculoskeletal related insurance claims due to inadequate home working setups. Dr Julie Denning, Managing Director, Working To Wellbeing - one of Generali UK’s wellbeing partners - discusses employer best practice with regard to work-related pain conditions and overall workplace wellbeing. Is employee-insight gathering the place to start?  

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          Work-related stress: How to strike a balance between prevention and paternalism

          Work related stress claims are on the increase since the pandemic, according to Vanessa Latham, Employment Partner at law firm BLM, speaking as part of a Generali UK webinar. At a time when business recovery depends upon maximising resources and minimising costs, employers are urged to be much more proactive in their approaches to recognising and preventing burnout.

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          Work-related stress: cost and compliance

          Businesses are at risk of financial and reputational costs as a result of predicted rises in work-related stress claims. Fostering an open culture was selected as the most effective way to identify signs of stress-related difficulties. This and more in this infographic on the back of a HR audience spot poll during a webinar with Generali UK and BLM Law.

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          In depth: Global underwriting in focus

          With the international nature of the Covid-19 crisis, global underwriting solutions are moving further up the corporate agenda. Corporate Adviser magazine speaks to various experts in this field, including Generali Employee Benefits (GEB) Network, to assess the advantages global underwriting programmes can bring to multinational organisations.

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          Employee care | How to make financial wellbeing work

          Thanks to the pandemic – the top priority for HR has become engaging employees with benefits, but while nearly all employers have this intention, less than half have a strategy. So how do you design a programme to suit all in a world that is changing more rapidly than ever? Generali UK and various wellbeing partners discuss the links between physical, psychological and financial wellbeing and how to address all three.

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