RESEARCH AND BRIEFINGS

Webcast Replay - The Future of Work: Reinventing the Workplace and Adapting to a “New Normal”

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, having far-reaching effects on lives, businesses, and economies worldwide. Local and national governments are escalating measures aimed at stemming the reach of the virus and mitigating its disruptive impacts. Similarly, many companies are looking to protect their people and enhance their resilience while seeking clarity on how to respond to the array of continuity risks that firms are facing.

In this webcast, Marsh and Mercer will provide an overview of how organizations can still actively respond to the pandemic while continuing to plan and prepare for future effects.

Mercer Canada - Balancing the Now with the Future: React, Return and Reinvent
COVID-19 will be a catalyst for fundamental workplace changes and employers need to prepare now for an altered world. Now is the time to evaluate, re-think and re-prioritize what digital means to your talent strategy, rewards and benefits programs. Even as employers are dealing with “the now” there is an opportunity to enhance and strengthen their strategy and brand for the future. In this webcast, Mercer highlights how employers can develop a flexible roadmap to face uncertainty and provides a list of priorities to consider, in addition to four key takeaways to incorporate into your go forward business planning.

Marsh Canada - Entering a New Normal with the Pandemic Response Lifecycle
The Pandemic Response Lifecycle presented by Marsh’s Strategic Risk Advisory team is a tool designed to help organizations navigate the challenges they are facing and guide them to meaningful considerations and solutions. As the dynamics of COVID-19 unfold, Marsh Canada will be releasing insights focused on resiliency, liquidity and cost containment. By leveraging a risk assessment as a baseline, resilient organizations prepare for possible events through policies, procedures, controls, in addition to education, awareness and effective risk transfer.