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Take a trip around the world of international benefits

International private medical insurance (IPMI) can be a complex business, especially when you need to find cover that complies with all the local legislations and regulations of a chosen country.

That’s why we’ve created a short video to give you guidance on your key considerations to help you meet your duty of care for employee populations based overseas. In just three minutes we can give you an overview of:

  • Your duty-of-care requirements and the potential consequences you could face if you fail to put in place appropriate cover and procedures
  • The key features of IPMI
  • Our exclusive IPMI scheme for employers with small numbers of international staff

So whether you’re a small company, looking to grow your business in emerging markets or an established larger employer looking to get the most out of your international employee benefits, prepare to take a trip around the world of international benefits with the Jelf International crew.



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