How mid-market companies can find savings and realise efficiencies through multinational pooling.
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Multinational pooling is no longer just the preserve of very large multinationals. An increasing number of mid-sized companies are now taking advantage of the potential cost savings and access to global expertise associated with a pooling arrangement. But what exactly is pooling? How do you get started? And what does it mean in reality for clients?
These are just some of the questions that were posed and answered during our recent webinar, in partnership with online human resource publication HR Zone. Also taking part in the webinar were two representatives from our client company DNV GL, a global company with its head office in Oslo, Norway, that specialises in the safety and sustainability of businesses.
What will you learn from the webinar?
- Damian Ross, Regional Manager – UK, Ireland & Nordics, Generali Employee Benefits Network, explains what multinational pooling is and how it works, what types of benefits can be pooled, the advantages it brings to companies and how to get started. Damian also explains the concept of networks and why they offer pooling.
- Johan Stromqvist, Compensation & Benefits Specialist at DNV GL and Kari Ekvall, HR Officer / Specialist at DNV GL, discusses why the company does pooling, their experiences and the benefits, the dividend and what they’ve done with it, plus what makes a good pooling partner and how they’re expanding the pool to other countries within the Group.
“Pooling is a very low risk initiative that has a great upside from both a financial perspective – in terms of the dividend, global overview of benefits and also having all the information to hand for any merger and acquisition activity – and also from a sustainability perspective, in terms of helping us build relevant wellbeing programmes,” concludes Kari as part of the webinar.