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Global Employee Benefits Health & Wellness

Our global wellness initiatives and strategies help clients meet challenges like managing benefit costs, finding and retaining talent and keeping employees healthy and productive.

Health and Wellness Offerings

When it comes to providing benefits to a diverse and global workforce, each employer faces their own unique set of challenges. Whether you’re dealing with a multinational network of employees or a small team on assignment abroad, MetLife offers excellent health and wellness solutions for them.


Globally Mobile & Expatriate Wellness Solutions

These customized wellness solutions are ideal for employees who are expatriates, inpatriates and short-term business travelers.

Campaigns to Keep Employees Healthy & Productive

Motivate your workforce to be healthier — and better manage your healthcare cost drivers — with our ready-made wellness campaign toolkits. Covering a variety of topics like pregnancy and gut health, they contain everything needed to deliver a successful campaign: kick-off event ideas, educational and promotional material, and more.


Navigating the Globally-Mobile Landscape in a Transformed World

Did you know that globally-mobile employees are more stressed, burned out, and depressed than ever before?1 MetLife's latest expatriate study delves into key trends and insights surrounding the current state of this essential employee group. Read the report to learn what companies with expat plans and globally-mobile populations can do to navigate - and thrive - in a newly transformed world.

Workplace Wellness

1 MetLife's 19th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study (EBTS), 2021.

The information and materials included in MetLife’s Health and Wellness Information Library, including all toolkits, modules, template communications, text, charts, graphics and other materials, (collectively, the “Content”) are intended to provide general guidance on health and wellness matters and are not, and should not be relied on as, medical advice. While the Content is based on resources that MetLife believes to be well-documented, MetLife is not responsible for the accuracy of the Content, and you rely on the Content at your own risk. Each person’s condition and health circumstances are unique, and therefore the Content may not apply to you. The Content is not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should always consult your licensed health care professional for the diagnosis and treatment of any medical condition and before starting or changing your health regimen, including seeking advice regarding what drugs, diet, exercise routines, physical activities or procedures are appropriate for your particular condition and circumstances.