How has the pandemic impacted the #EmployeeBenefits #Insurance markets ?
This is the question Giovanni Roncaglia our International Risk and Reinsurance Manager explored with some of important expert worldwide in last week’s ‘Employee Benefits’ #RiskManagement virtual conference hosted by Commercial Risk.
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We are witnessing global changes that deeply affect the way we work and interact every day with our partners, clients and colleagues. To be more specific, we are facing such a great change in the workplace that we need to upgrade our believes and practices. At a time when the workplace continues to be shaped by changes brought by a global pandemic, one thing remains certain – people need more support and they are turning to their employers for help.
Giovanni Roncaglia, our International Risks and Reinsurance Manager has been one of the leading speakers who have joined the virtual conference “Employee Benefits Risk Management: Maximizing Opportunities in the new Ecosystem” (20-21 October 2021) organized by Commercial Risk. The goal of this event is to explore some of the new challenges employees face put forth by the global crisis, as they’ve become more fragile and vulnerable. And, if they are to remain healthy and productive, they will need as much support as possible from their employers.
Therefore the employers have recently gained a growing leadership in some thing we can call “employee-care”: the cover of a rising set of needs that can no longer be assessed by public authorities. Workplaces become more than that: they become a place to live. Research from the report, “Shaping a brighter future of work: Global and Local Market Insights,” produced by the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford together with Zurich, revealed that employees around the world are looking to their employers to participate more in their overall wellbeing. Employers have a high “duty of care,” particularly in the wake of a global pandemic that has reshaped the world of work, those interviewed for the report noted.
This conference explores some of the new challenges employees face put forth by the global crisis, as they’ve become more fragile and vulnerable. And, if they are to remain healthy and productive, they will need as much support as possible from their employers.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, PCA has strongly increased the level of care, assistance and attention paid to our employees: we have come across the crisis also thanks to our strong and mutual trust.
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