This article is brought to you by Gain Miles Group.
Approaching 38 years in the Hong Kong pension industry, Gain Miles is a pioneer, delivering many first-of-its-kind initiatives and innovative solutions to its clients. And 2017 was no different: for employee benefits it launched the eighth edition of Employee Insurance Benefits Research and Hong Kong’s first Group Medical Insurance Indices; for pensions the vast amount of assets under advisory is supported by its growing client base; and it picked up multiple awards at the Human Resources Vendors of the Year: winning gold in the Best Retirement and Pension Plan Provider category; silver for Best Compensation and Benefits Consultant; and bronze for Best Corporate Wellness Consultant.
What makes Gain Miles an outstanding employee benefits consultant? Its dedicated team of professional consultants. Established over the past three decades, its consultants’ exceptional experience in the industry and the analysis and advice they provide its clients, is backed up by years of research and data.
While Gain Miles knows very well the dynamics of its clients’ sectors, it keeps track of their changing needs and challenges and provides new solutions.
Over the past year, on top of financial protection provided by traditional insurance, Gain Miles has strived to deliver a holistic employee benefits solution by encouraging clients to think beyond insurance and spend wisely on other health maintenance and wellness programmes for long-term cost containment.
“We want to keep promoting employees’ health management and encourage clients to incorporate wellness programmes so that both employer and employee can benefit from having more employee benefit choices besides traditional insurance,” said Gloria Siu, Chief Executive of Gain Miles Group.
At the same time, it continues to strengthen its consultancy role to help corporate clients make decisions with more solid, research-based data.
We believe people are the greatest asset, and good employee benefit designs supported by genuine research data are important for talent recruitment and retention.
In 2018, Gain Miles plans to expand its team to offer more support on strengthening its employee benefits client base through exploring related products and opportunities from its business partners to meet its clients’ needs.
For pensions, which remain at the top of most Hongkongers’ minds, Gain Miles intends to enhance its investment in MPF analysis to further facilitate its advisory service. It also plans to explore more channels to communicate with its members so as to promote an active approach to decision making.
“We were happy that our efforts were recognised by Human Resources Vendors of the Year Awards. Winning these awards reminds us to keep improving ourselves and enhance our services. We will strive to do better in the future.”
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