Survey of Benefits for Internationally Mobile Employees

Participants will receive a complimentary report

June 13, 2019
| Bermuda, Canada, United States +23 more
  • Australia
  • Hong Kong
  • Indonesia
  • India
  • Malaysia
  • New Zealand
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Viet Nam
  • Belgium
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Egypt
  • Ireland
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • South Africa
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom

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Internationally mobile employees (IMEs) are a valued resource for organizations and play a critical role in supporting global business strategies. In today’s competitive marketplace, offering the right core health and risk benefits to expatriates can give your organization the advantage it needs to attract and retain key talent while also offering safety and security to you and your employees working outside their home country.

Willis Towers Watson's Survey of Benefits for Internationally Mobile Employees enables organizations to compare and benchmark their IME global healthcare and risk benefit provisions with their peers from a design, administration, cost and strategy perspective for international assignees (expatriates, third-country nationals) and international business travelers.

For a limited time, participants will receive a complimentary report (a value of $800 USD) with the option of ordering a custom version for an industry or other grouping of companies. Simply complete the participation form before July 31 and a member of our survey team will contact you to provide further information on completing our questionnaire. Only aggregated data across all participants will be provided in the final report; individual respondent data will remain confidential.

What is Benefits Data Source?

This survey is part of Benefits Data Source (BDS), Willis Towers Watson's global benefit benchmarking database. BDS captures detailed information on employer-sponsored benefit plan design practices in areas such as death and disability, flexible benefits, health, meals, paid time off, retirement and wellness.

BDS data covers 125 countries allowing us to provide companies a comprehensive source of high-quality market data to make decisions about competitive positioning and good governance.

Employers contributing to our database allow us to deliver the most current and high-quality benefit practice data available.

For any questions about participating in this survey or about the BDS database please contact us at

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