Benefits decisions based on assumptions or incorrect information can have an severe impact on your organization’s bottom line and ability to attract and retain talent. In every market where you operate, it's critical to know the laws regulating employment, compensation and benefits so you can make informed decisions.
These reports, currently available in 86 countries, provide HR and business leaders with summaries of key laws and regulations impacting the terms of employment within a given country. Each report covers labor and employment laws, the basic terms and conditions of employment, social security and statutory benefits, and health care requirements so businesses clearly understand their compliance requirements.
Country Profile reports provide you access to critical benefits information, including:
Country Profile reports currently cover 86 countries, including:
All data underlying our Country Profile reports is supplied from Greater Insight, Aon's benefit inventory and survey platform. Prevalence data and typical market practice information is derived from global multinationals who are clients of Aon. All data is based on a composite review of available information, and care is taken to ensure there is no bias introduced due client sample size by vetting results against typical benefits provided by local companies.
Online access to all Country Profile reports is available via a 12-month subscription for $6,200. You'll receive to information covering 86 countries, including regular updates as conditions change.
A single Country Profile report can be purchased on a one-time basis for $1,250.
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