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Relationship goals: Are you ready to engage your people network?

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Creating a differentiated Talent Value Proposition for all the people helping you get work done When I’m having dinner with friends I like to play a game called “Side Hustle.” I ask people what they would do outside their normal … Continue reading →

The risks and challenges of silent cyberinsurance

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You hear a lot about cyberinsurance these days and the need for it, and judging by how busy my cyber colleagues are, there’s no sign of an end to demand any time soon. Less is heard though about the so-called … Continue reading →

Does public policy prevent recovery for fraud under Delaware law?

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An interesting recent Directors and Officers (D&O) decision of the Delaware Court challenges the tacit assumption that public policy necessarily prevents recovery from insurers in cases where fraud and deliberate misconduct is alleged. The case concerns an action brought by … Continue reading →

Unbundling insurance components under IFRS 17: when is a contract not a contract?

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With the countdown to the implementation of the new global insurance accounting standard – IFRS 17 – well and truly on, insurers are (or should be) trying to understand what changes they’ll need to make to comply. In getting into … Continue reading →

Four ways to build and develop effective integration leaders (Part 2 in series)

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In our last blog, we shared insights from a recent study in which we identified what successful integration leaders do differently. We found the most effective leaders are those who inspire and motivate people, are capable of handling crisis, promote … Continue reading →

Welcome to (employee) Wellbeing 3.0 (Part 1 in series)

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  Should employers be concerned with the wellbeing of their employees? The answer, of course, is yes. A workforce that is “well” leads to increased productivity. But Willis Towers Watson research has uncovered a startling disconnect between employer and employee … Continue reading →

Decision support tools can help employees make more meaningful benefits choices

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System recommendations help guide purchasing decisions in a benefits marketplace. Employers are looking to improve the employee benefits experience by expanding choice in both plan and product offerings. According to our Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey Report, 84% … Continue reading →

3 ways to create a Total Rewards experience

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The one constant in life is change. The way we consume information has changed. The way we deliver information has changed. The way we watch professional basketball games has changed. And the way we create, manage and deliver Total Rewards … Continue reading →

Dispelling myths: Retirement security is a priority for all generations

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It’s no secret that a large number of people aren’t saving enough for the future. Increased life expectancy, the move from defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) retirement plans and diminished public benefit programs have all contributed to declining … Continue reading →

Roth 401(k) contributions are gaining popularity among those looking to increase tax diversification

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As concerns about employee financial well-being and retirement readiness continue to grow, 401(k) plan sponsors are adding a key feature to their 401(k) plans that provides some flexibility to savers: the option for Roth 401(k) contributions. Roth 401(k) contributions turn … Continue reading →