A More Resourceful Way to Manage Benefits
In the ever-changing landscape of employee benefits, delivering health and retirement benefits that are competitive, cost-effective, and compliant with new legislation takes vigilance and expertise. Outsourcing benefits administration to Mercer allows your HR department to weather the changes while keeping your strategic mission on course.
A Results-Driven Approach
At Mercer, we deliver health and retirement benefits that produce tangible, measurable outcomes tied to your strategic business goals. Outsourcing benefits administration to Mercer can help relieve the headaches of running a benefits program: cost increases, administrative burdens, pension risks, and legislative issues. Mercer’s innovative approach to benefits administration streamlines the process for you while educating employees and empowering them to make better decisions.
Global Scope, Local Experience
Mercer’s global footprint means we have resources in the market that speak the language, understand the culture, and follow the new laws and regulations. Rules and regulations regarding health care and retirement plans vary dramatically from country to country.
Holistic and Client-Focused
Partnering with Mercer Benefits Administration means taking advantage of our over 22 years of insights and experience. We work closely with clients, using a strategy-first consultative process that surfaces issues and leads to real-world solutions.
Defined Benefit Administration
Total Benefits Administration
Private Health Exchange
More than a private exchange -- a powerful health and benefits solution.
Mercer’s experience and expertise allows us to provide a more strategic approach to employee benefits design.
Mercer helps facilitate benefits programs in more than 150 countries and works with organizations of all sizes.
Mercer's talent strategy experts create effective solutions by combining human capital data, exclusive research, and expert consulting.
Mercer GHSC specializes in assisting government-sponsored programs in becoming more efficient purchasers of health services.