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Employee Benefits Trends Study 2020 key findings
Employee Benefits Trends Study 2020 key findings
Now in its 6th year, our Employee Benefits Trends Study 2020 looks at how employees workplace expectations are changing.
Strengthening loyalty and productivity through employee benefits
Strengthening loyalty and productivity through employee benefits
The COVID-19 crisis has tested the limits of people and businesses across Australia and the world. No industry has gone untouched, with business owners having to adapt and, in some cases, make difficult decisions when it comes to the support they can provide their workforce.
Supporting holistic workforce wellbeing
Supporting holistic workforce wellbeing
With the lines between work and home life increasingly blurred, and stress mounting due to the global pandemic and its related economic consequences, many Australians are struggling with their health and wellbeing.
MetLife’s vision for looking after its corporate partners
MetLife’s vision for looking after its corporate partners
James Carey, MetLife’s Chief Group Insurance Officer, outlines his vision for the future of sustainable pricing, partner offerings and consumer fairness.
MetLife puts its partners at the centre of everything it does
MetLife puts its partners at the centre of everything it does
Chief Group Insurance Officer James Carey on MetLife’s support for its partners and the role of life insurance in Australia.
Employees expectations of flexible working arrangements is changing
Employees expectations of flexible working arrangements is changing
The MetLife Australia 2020 Employee Benefits Trends Study has uncovered a disconnect over the meaning of ‘flexibility’, with a call for employers to empower employees when establishing work arrangements.
Life Insights - Michelle's Story Transcript
Life Insights - Michelle's Story Transcript
Mental health and suicide have touched many within the financial advice industry, including Michelle, whose husband took his own life in early 2020. Michelle wanted to share her story to encourage anyone who is struggling, or know someone who is struggling, to reach out – there is always someone willing to help, you just have to put your hand up. 
5 tips for the FASEA exam
5 tips for the FASEA exam
Stressed about the FASEA exam? Don’t be. Dr Jeffrey Scott, MetLife’s Head of Advice Strategy, has five tips to help you perform your best.

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