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Mercer Marsh Benefits

Employee Health & Benefits

Helping employers navigate the complex world of people risks, cost management, and employee benefits

About Mercer Marsh Benefits

Mercer Marsh Benefits (MMB) was born out of the unification of the world’s best human resources consultancy, the global leader in people risk advisory, and the number one disruptive benefits technology firm to form a unique employee benefit business. Together, we have shaped some of the world’s most loved employee benefit experiences for small companies, growing enterprises, and global firms.

MMB is 7,000 colleagues strong, on the ground in 73 countries, and services clients in more than 150 countries. We bring local expertise to more places and work side-by-side with our clients, and our Mercer and Marsh colleagues, around the world.

With a proactive approach to client relationships, our team of professionals are committed to taking the time and energy to understand your business, respond to your requests, and provide you with the insights and information you need to make effective decisions.

Employee benefits and technology trends 2023

Transform business processes and future-proof your strategy with benefits technology. Thrive in an ever-changing world with a digital benefits strategy that enhances employee experience, reduces administration, addresses compliance, and minimizes operational risks. Achieve more with technology-driven benefits. 

Featured insights

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Turning health risk into value report download

The global COVID-19 pandemic has given HR and benefits professionals the opportunity to reinvent health and well-being plans – turning caring into a competitive advantage. Download the report to know more.

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Aligning your employee benefits strategy with evolving needs

Our MMB Health Trends 2024 research highlights three actions benefits professionals can take to step up their game and achieve their goals.

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Optimizing benefits costs: Three successful initiatives

Effective cost containment strategies that combines plan design, health risk management and insurance placement.

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