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2020 Insurance Market Report for Canada
While what we are all experiencing right now is unprecedented, we have a few professional and personal tips to share with our fellow communicators and HR leaders during these uncertain times.
Decision Making in Complex and Volatile Times: Insights and data to help navigate today’s world
This paper highlights how Aon believes Capital Accumulation Plans in Canada should transform over the next decade.
COVID-19 Insights and Resources
In a new reality where millions of people are working from home remotely, secure networks are now more critical than ever.
Helping Clients Navigate an Increasingly Complex World
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, employers have a significant role to play in supporting their employees' wellbeing during these challenging and uncertain times.
Explore Global Insights
An update on rate and market trends in the property marketplace, with Q1 representing the 10th consecutive quarter of increasing property rates.
The choices contractors make in the coming weeks and months will be vital to minimizing the impact of the COVID-19 illness and the resulting pandemic crisis on your business.
To help enhance organizations' position against evolving cyber security risks and threats, Aon is pleased to present the 2020 Cyber Security Risk Report.
This paper provides a framework for institutional investors to respond to volatility consistently and thoughtfully in ways that should help improve returns and oversight while reducing risks and costs
OVERVIEW A large and still increasing body of research shows the benefits of diversity in all types of organizations. Whether from diverse perspectives, differentiated behavior or access to...
Effectively managing an organization’s investment portfolio can be challenging in the best of times – especially when the task is not a business leader’s only responsibility.
This year’s Canadian Benefits Guide spotlights key program elements, contribution requirements, or tax provisions of particular interest to group insurance plan sponsors.
The COVID-19 situation causes employee absences along with business disruptions and even forced closing of non-essential services. Group insurance benefits may be impacted.
This survey asked plan sponsors to consider their benefits offerings in the context of changing employee expectations, diversity and inclusion, and technology-based workforce transformation.
This bulletin addresses areas of concern for employer-sponsored group, expatriate and specialty risk coverage.