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Expert Forum: Managing the Risks of a Global Workforce
As companies look to Asia as a recovery driver, they are relocating executives to the region in greater numbers. Away from familiar working environments, newly relocated staff, their families and business travelers may encounter increased and unfamiliar threats to their health and personal security. Risks include unfamiliar or inadequate healthcare systems, infectious diseases such as the H1N1 pandemic, natural disasters, crime and outbreaks of civil unrest.
All these serve to increase the liability of employers, who have a legal, fiduciary, and moral Duty of Care for their employees, wherever they are based. However, many organizations are operating across borders without fully understanding the obligations that surround Duty of Care.
International SOS and CIGNA International Expatriate Benefits, two leaders in their respective fields and close business partners, cordially invite you to a complimentary seminar where participants will have the opportunity to:
Who Should Attend?
Senior managers of MNCs with an interest in Duty of Care and the authority to champion positive change.
Date: 2 March 2010 (Tue)
Venue: The 49th & Terrace, The American Club Hong Kong, Exchange Square II, Central
4:30 - 5:00pm Cocktail reception (Wines and light refreshments will be served)
5:00 - 6:30pm Duty of Care presentation
7:00pm Event ends
RSVP - Attendance at the seminar is complimentary but seats are limited to one representative per company. If you would like to attend, please register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details including name, title, company name, email address, and phone no. First-come, first-served.
About International SOS: International SOS is the world's leading provider of medical assistance, international healthcare, security services, and outsourced customer care. We provide medical and security information services, medical consulting, staffing support, occupational healthcare, and healthcare management services globally. Using our worldwide network of alarm centers, clinics, and over 56,000 health and logistics providers, we offer local expertise, preventative advice, and emergency assistance during critical illness, accident, or civil unrest. Operating in over 70 countries, we work in partnership with businesses, governments and non-governmental organizations and currently provide key services to 83 percent of the Fortune Global 100 companies.
About CIGNA International Expatriate Benefits: As part of a growing division of CIGNA Corporation - the global healthcare company that provides products and services to some 47 million people around the world - we have instant access to an extensive support network and cutting edge health & wellbeing developments. As the first US insurer to develop specialised insurance solutions for multinational employers - we bring over 30 years of experience and are the largest provider of corporate sponsored international healthcare benefits and services. Often imitated but rarely equalled, we continue to evolve. Our products and services are in line with individual client needs and clinical best practice.
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