Posting an employee to a country abroad always comes with new or additional responsibilities for the employer. Our partners from Walder Wyss explain the fundamental legal considerations that need to be made when sending an expat abroad under Swiss law.
Group expat insurance schemes offer comprehensive international health insurance at favorable terms and conditions. Compared to individual health insurance policies, the employer benefits from reduced premium rates, and the employee benefits from acceptance for health protection without medical review.
It should be kept in mind that international health insurance covers financial risks, but not operational risks. On average, employees are absent for 1.5 weeks per year due to sickness, costing a company between CHF 600 and CHF 1’000 per day. For optimal efficiency and performance, employers must increase their engagement in health prevention and monitoring.
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