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CXA, Mercer and Lockton support Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016



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Employee Healthcare Interactive, the HR industry’s largest event in corporate healthcare and wellness strategy, has been drawing enormous interest from top-notch companies and renowned HR solutions providers in Asia. The latest additions to this year’s sponsor list are CXA, Mercer Marsh Benefits and Lockton.

“To witness big names from different corners of the industry tackle healthcare-related issues and network with peers is a one-of-a-kind opportunity,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine. “With the support of its valued sponsors, Employee Healthcare Interactive continues to be the most credible and most comprehensive forum on corporate healthcare and wellness.”

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016, Asia’s largest compensation and benefits discussion, will take place in Singapore on 8 December at InterContinental Hotel.

Among the major sponsors supporting Employee Benefits Asia 2016 are:

CXA, Asia’s first ever one-stop flex wellness marketplace, helps clients implement integrated benefits and wellness programmes that reward employees for becoming healthier. In this process, employees can distribute their employer contribution to insurance coverage and wellness services from CXA’s benefits marketplace according to their needs. CXA manages the administrative functions for HR and present the ROI data that covers baseline health risks/ biometrics, activities, claims, and costs. CXA operates across eight countries in Asia.

Mercer Marsh Benefits is known for its expertise in managing the costs, people risks, and complexities of employee benefits for their clients. The strength of the company’s network lies on Mercer and Marsh local offices worldwide, together with country correspondents who have been selected based on specific criteria. Mercer’s benefits are present in 135 countries and offer services to clients in more than 150 countries.

For Lockton, consulting and brokerage goes hand in hand. With more than 5,600 professionals servicing 48,000 clients in different countries, Lockton is considered one of the world’s largest privately owned brokerage firms and a leader in risk management, insurance, retirement, and employee benefits consulting services. Lockton emphasises the importance of independence as a broker and advisor and combining traditional consulting and brokerage services to create an efficient service model.

Past Employee Healthcare Interactive participants are senior HR leaders from major employers in the region, such as American Express, Deutsche Bank, Mitsubishi, Tigerair, Unilever, and Western Digital. All presenters and panellists are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016 is open only to director and VP-level in-house HR professionals. Human Resources magazine’s unique interactive roundtable format allows industry leaders to enjoy more comprehensive discussions and wider networking opportunities. In addition, Employee Healthcare Interactive will intensify participation through quality learning activities, such as keynote sessions, case studies presentation, and panel discussions.

For more information on Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016, you can visit the event website www.employeehealthcare.asia or contact Nikita Erpini, Regional Producer, nikitae@humanresourcesonline.net, +65 6423 0329

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