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          #ICYMI In Case You Missed It | Review of Q4 2021

          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. Why employee cancer risk and prevention should feature in wellbeing programmes.
          2. Generali Global Corporate & Commercial (GC&C) appoints Head of Casualty Underwriting in Asia.
          3. The big return: How can employers mitigate the risks of workplace accidents post WFH or furlough?
          4. Normalising a complex issue: Fertility in the workplace.
          5. What every manager needs to know about menopause.
          6. How virtual GPs are supporting mental health. 

           


          Why employee cancer risk and prevention should feature in wellbeing programmes

          Generali UK speaks with Professor Gordon Wishart, Chief Medical Officer at Check4Cancer, one of Generali’s wellbeing partners. Up for discussion is the impact of the pandemic on cancer diagnosis and treatment. Also, how employers can better help their people against this backdrop.

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          Generali Global Corporate & Commercial (GC&C) appoints Head of Casualty Underwriting in Asia 

          Wendy Law has joined Generali from Starr Insurance Companies. With over a decade of experience in both corporate and commercial business and the Lloyd’s market, Wendy is now Head of Casualty Underwriting Asia, based in the regional hub in Hong Kong. 

          To read the full story, click here
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          The big return: How can employers mitigate the risks of workplace accidents post WFH or furlough? 

          Employers everywhere currently face unique challenges and increased risks during ‘the big return’. So, what can employers do to mitigate these risks and reduce the potential for accidents? Asks Karoliina Gutaj, Global Head of Strategy & Marketing – Group Personal Accident, Generali Employee Benefits (GEB) Network. 

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          Normalising a complex issue: Fertility in the workplace 

          Fertility has become a workplace matter and one that deserves recognition. After all, pregnancy and parenthood are accepted and accommodated in most organisations. Can the same be said for difficulties conceiving and miscarriage? Generali UK’s Tracey Ward speaks with wellbeing partners Bupa and Doctor Care Anywhere. 

          To read the full story, click here
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          What every manager needs to know about menopause

          Read the highlights from a recent webinar co-hosted by Generali UK and Bupa. Aimed at Line Managers and HR professionals keen to understand how to support menopausal employees, it includes expert insights and best practice from Bupa, the CIPD and Channel 4; the latter having received wide praise for its forward-thinking menopause policy and practice.   

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          How virtual GPs are supporting mental health 

          Generali UK’s Wellbeing Investment Matching partner Doctor Care Anywhere, provides an insight into how virtual GPs are helping to provide a more holistic service, with greater emphasis on the links between mental and physical health.

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