Who should attend?
  • Human Resources Directors/Managers; Compensation & Benefits Managers
This forum is reserved for corporate in-house HR practitioners only. Consulting or service company with non-practitioners want to join, please e-mail suzhou@amcham-shanghai.org or contact 512-6999-5295 for more details on how to attend.

AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Center invites you to join our monthly HR Management Forum to be held on Thursday, January 18 from 14:30-16:30 at our Suzhou Center office. Lily Chen, Managing Director at JLT Essential will facilitate and share the latest health benefits trends with a survey covers 297 MNCs and Chinese companies in China tells you the issues faced by HR and specifically on how companies are managing employee health benefits with key points as below:
  • Introduction to the rapidly growing trend and challenges of employee health benefits in China
  • Employee health benefits data in the Yangtze River Delta region
  • Data of key industries: Automotive, Electronics, Pharmaceutical, etc.
  • Executive medical benefits for attracting senior management
  • Case studies in Jiangsu/Suzhou

  • 企业人力资源总监、经理,薪酬福利经理等

  • 中国快速变化的员工健康福利趋势与挑战
  • 长三角区域企业员工健康福利数据
  • 重点行业数据:汽车行业、电子行业、医药行业等
  • 高管医疗福利趋势
  • 江苏/苏州相关案例分享


2:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Event Registration
2:45 PM - 3:45 PM
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM
Roundtable Discussion and Q&A Session


  • Lily Chen (Managing Director of JLT Essential)

    Lily Chen

    Managing Director of JLT Essential

    Lily Chen is a healthcare management professional who has extensive experience in marketing and business development in high-end healthcare services in China. She is Managing Director of JLT Employee Benefit Solutions, Founder and General Manager at Essential Healthcare (merged with JLT in 2014, now known as JLT Essential). Prior to her current role, Chen was marketing director at World Link Medical (now known as Parkway Health); she has extensive experience in health insurance while working in the U.S. as a medical facility insurance administrator and when managing the insurance department in World Link Shanghai. Prior to World Link, Chen served in several management roles in the U.S., including with an internet firm and a textile firm. She also has served as an administrator in various healthcare facilities in the U.S. Chen is the former Vice Chairman for the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce Shanghai (2008-2012). She received her BS in hospitality management from California Polytechnic University, Pomona and her MBA from the Paul Merage School of Business in University of California, Irvine.

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