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          #ICYMI In Case You Missed It | Review of Q3 2019

          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. Pension derisking
          2. What the rise of veganism means for employers
          3. Ways to get your male employees talking
          4. How to use benefits data to design a joined-up approach
          5. Employees working in Europe? How to reduce the benefits burden
          6. No financial wellbeing? No problem - your essential guide to getting started
          7. Three ways AI will revolutionise rewards and benefits practice​

          Pension Derisking

          A Plain English guide to how captive reinsurance can help reduce your global pension scheme financial and longevity risks, by Zulu Khan, head of de-risking solutions at Generali Global Pension (GGP).

           
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          What the rise of veganism means for employers

          A preliminary Employment Tribunal hearing is due to take place this month to determine whether ethical veganism is a protected philosophical belief under the Equality Act 2010. In this article, Tracey Ward, head of business development & marketing at Generali UK Employee Benefits, takes a look at why this should matter to employers now.

           
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          Ways to get your male employees talking

          How to get your male employees to open up and start talking about mental health, by Tracey Ward from Generali UK, and insights from wellbeing partners LifeWorks, Mental Health at Work and Close Brothers.

           
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          How to use benefits data to design a joined-up approach

          Using a client case study, Daniela Masters, head of health & wellness programmes at GEB, explains how medical dashboard reports can help benefit managers make informed decisions about group cover and implement supplemental health programmes.

           
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          If you’re a small to medium sized company with employees working in any of the 28 EU countries, off-the-shelf or bundled group risk solutions could be perfect for you, says Damian Ross, regional manager – UK, Ireland & Nordics, GEB Network.

           
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          No financial wellbeing? No problem - your essential guide to getting started

          Why and how financial wellbeing should rise up the business agenda of all companies – whatever their shape or size. Four simple stages to getting started from Generali UK’s financial wellbeing partners Neyber, Close Brothers and Wagestream.


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          Three ways AI will revolutionise rewards and benefits practice​

          AI has the power to change the rewards and employee benefits sector over the next few years, and in many ways. Here, we identify the top three potential changes, along with what HR professionals can do to prepare. Article by Tracey Ward at Generali in partnership with wellbeing partners Babylon and LifeWorks.

           
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