The struggle of maintaining a strong benefits program for clients is constantly on the forefront of an adviser’s mind. Ensuring the retention of employees while also staying within regulations put in place by the United States government is already a full plate, but what about if an employee needs to travel abroad for an extended period of time, or if a client hires an employee on a work visa in the U.S., or if a client hires an employee who telecommutes from another country? How are benefits offered in these situations?

Brian Sideris, national sales director for MetLife expatriate benefits, says advisers are key players when determining what clients need to provide for their employees who are working outside of U.S. borders.

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