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What Globally Mobile Employees can Expect

Going abroad is an adventure
Implementation & Onboarding

Before embarking on their journey, employees traveling abroad will receive personalized onboarding on their benefits coverage. The onboarding includes welcome materials, ID card, education webinars and personal assistance with transition of care.

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On Assignment

Once abroad, employees can rely on our Regional Service Centers (RSC)2 for the medical support they need in their new locale. The experts there understand the nuances of the local health care system and medical insurance coverage market and can direct overseas employees to quality, direct pay healthcare and quickly help with any claims queries and submissions.

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Online Tools & Support

Our robust online self-service tools give globally mobile and expatriate employees further support while abroad. The eBenefits web portal or the Member Care mobile app can help them access information, search for regionally specific healthcare providers and manage their coverage.

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Employee testimonial
“My recent medical treatment in South Africa was very well coordinated with MetLife staff — I was kept informed throughout the process and the staff I was dealing with were checking on me on a regular basis throughout my stay in South Africa. Made a great impression to me!”
MetLife Wins EMMA Award

MetLife Worldwide Benefits was named “Employee Benefits Service Provider of the Year” for the fifth time, and fourth consecutive year, at the 2018 Americas Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs).

1 Subject to applicable legal, contractual and regulatory restrictions

2. Some Regional Service Centers are operated by MetLife affiliates and some by third parties contracted by MetLife.

MetLife’s worldwide benefits products are underwritten by Delaware American Life Insurance Company, a MetLife affiliate domiciled at 600 North King Street, Wilmington, DE 19801, and other affiliates.