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Work from home arrangements have helped mitigating some of your workforce’ concerns and benefiting your workforce’s physical health: but what about their mental health?
Does management really understand employees’ needs? Anecdotal feedback is one thing, but to really put ‘your finger on the pulse’ of the organization there’s nothing quite like an in-depth, anonymous external employee survey, particularly when...
The challenge – a conglomerate with 22 Hong Kong business units employing over 40,000 people – was an incoherent collection of more than 100 legacy insurance plans and employee benefits that were complicated, outdated and inefficiently utilized.
Medical trends have outpaced general inflation by close to three times for the past number of years, and this year a new factor came into play: the global COVID-19 pandemic.
At the 2020 Health Forum held on 9 October 2020, Mercer had discussed several employee benefit and digitalization topics with with benefits and wellness program providers.
Being agile and flexible has been critical for educational institutions in adapting to COVID-19 disruptions.
Employers are considering the impact of this fast-changing development on their employees and their businesses.
The survey found that 88% of participants adopt work from home arrangement and the other top workplace arrangements are postponing non-essential travels, self-quarantine staff traveled to Mainland China, and providing sanitizers and masks at the work
Renee McGowan, Asia chief executive officer at Mercer, discusses the impact of coronavirus on business strategies. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”
To stay releveant and profitable, HR must go through a people and cultural transformation — examining how to redesign work and re-envision the talent experience.
Studies have found that many employees would rather quit than return to the office. But is working from home good for company culture?
Mercer’s 2021 Cost of Living city ranking reveals the most and least
affordable locations for international employees worldwide.
With the rapid pivot to virtual recruitment and digital processes during the pandemic, the TA function has shown it can lead the way to broader HR transformation.
How organizations can create employee-centric, experience-driven talent practices and processes through data analytics and target interactions enabled by digital HR and change management.
The four trends Mercer uncovered last year have not only endured an extraordinary year, they have grown in relevance. What is critical now is how companies act.
With unprecedented market challenges, Boards and Executives must shift their thinking on executive remuneration.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) has been in the spotlight increasingly in recent years. Different parties have been trying to exert pressure on businesses to operate in a more sustainable and socially responsible way, besides looking only at profitability and shareholders’ interests.
In this survey, we have taken an in-depth look at areas including scheme design, investment management, provider services and fees, scheme governance, and legislative updates.
Top 10 MPF funds’ performance by year-to-date investment return as of 31 March 2021
In this survey, we have taken an in-depth look at areas including scheme design, investment management, scheme governance, and provider services and fees.
Hong Kong and Singapore have proved to be the most attractive jurisdictions for operating hedge funds, although Japan and Australia are small yet active markets with mature regulatory environments.
Inaugural survey to examine the knowledge, understanding and satisfaction of Hong Kong employees with the MPF system and MPF-related developments.
China’s market is maturing and investor interest is sky rocketing, what is the best way to gain access to the market?
As the Novel Coronavirus continues to impact Asian markets, here’s what to watch out for, in particularly to currencies and Strategic Asset Allocation.
The coronavirus outbreak is roiling markets, but does it pose a threat to global growth in 2020?
New research shows the greatest likelihood and impact of 25 workforce-related threats facing employers worldwide according to human resource (HR) professionals and risk managers.
This report takes a deep dive into the aforementioned emerging solutions and trends. It also provides a snapshot of the holistic employee benefits trends and offerings provided by employers in 2019.
Healthy Minds at Work is a unique, theory-based approach to assess and address psycho-social risk (and safety) in the workplace.
Mercer’s 2019 Medical Trends Around the World survey results details how health conditions, supplier factors and consumer habits are driving medical inflation costs.
The Hong Kong Health and Benefits Online Survey provides a snapshot of several aspects of employee benefits programs, including strategy, offerings, implementation and retirement benefits.
This business environment is driving business leaders across industries to turn to deals as a cornerstone of their business strategy, with 57% showing an increased appetite for M&A in the next 12 to 24 months.
The M&A market is showing signs of recovery in the second half of 2020. Companies are reinventing their business strategies through opportunistic acquisitions or divestitures. But as they pursue reinvention, organizations need to consider people risk
Asia Private Equity survey explores the changing areas of concern for senior private equity (PE) executives. We polled more than 40 funds operating in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and China for their views.
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