The event will be held in Lausanne together with the Groupement des Entreprises Multinationales (GEM), and the following points will be addressed:
- Judicial consequences by prolonged absences
- Case study: the occupational medicine approach
- Building sustainable teams: an antidote to burnout?
- Brownout: the collapse of professional commitment: 4% of senior positions highly
affected, especially in the services sector
Europe`s internal market and Pan-European Pensions.
A research-based study on the legal feasibility of a Pan-European Employee Benefits Plan
Francesco Briganti - Director of the European Association of Paritarian Institutions in Brussels.
Employee benefits in the Norwegian multinational Jotun A/S
- Mobile employees, history and development of mobility contracts on Group level
- Business case "what`s in it for us"- Middle East India and Africa, a regional approach seen from a global HR perspective
-Now what? Strategic response to a world in change and Jotun`s organic growth ambitions.
Including workshop/discussion regarding new strategy in Jotun
Björn-Erik Gigernes - Group Compensation and Benefit Manager in Jotun AS
Setting up a hub for expatriates is a solution that has been available to multinationals for many years. Traditionally French multinationals have set up hubs in Switzerland, however they also look to other locations in Asia, Europe and Middle East.
When and why would a multinational set up a hub? Or not? Is there a minimum size? What should they consider when determining the right solution for them and their expat population?
IEBA France is excited to have the following 3 speakers share their expertise and experiences in setting up hubs in Geneva and Singapore in order to manage their expatriate population:
Gordon Zovko, Chief Development Officer, ITX
Pascal Rosset, Managing Director, CGG International SA
Sabine Suire, Compensation-Benefits and International Mobility Director, Air Liquide
This is our longer session for the year. Session will start at 15:00 sharp and so please try to be there on time to avoid disrupting the speakers on arriving late. Drinks and snacks will also be provided following the meeting.
At this longer session, we plan to share in the experiences of a major employer who is well along in their wellbeing strategy journey, together with expertise in a major health challenge in the work place and key to any strategy, how to get that all important buy in from Finance.
Our exciting speakers includes: Joanne Nimmo, Well-Being Coordinator from The Coca-Cola Company and Matthias Helmbold who will share their experiences of working with a Wellbeing Strategy. Dr Leena Johns, Global Medical & Wellness Director at Maxis who will discuss Sleep: A Business Case for Bedtime â€“ The hidden global health issue impacting employee performance and Colin Bullen, Consulting & Actuarial Lead, Habits at Work who will look at Wellbeing Strategies with measurable ROI to help you get that buy in from Finance.We look forward to seeing you at the event.
We will be returning to Brussels for the 2017 Conference, which will be held slightly earlier, at the beginning of March.
We will be continuing our very reasonable pricing philosophy developed in order to attract even more delegates, and in order to achieve a good balance of delegates, we will continue to limit attendance to two paying delegates from each organisation that is a service provider (insurance company, consultant, broker, etc). We do not limit attendance from corporate delegates (i.e. those responsible for the employee benefits of their organisation's own employees).
Watch this space!