The unrelenting pace of change is felt in workplaces across the country. Juggling work and personal priorities has new meaning for employees in a world where working from home and hybrid office spaces are becoming the norm. Keeping up with technological and process change affects workers in every industry. Employees need time to rest and recharge. Many also need time off to fulfill caregiving responsibilities or attend to other non-work priorities. Can employers help? Should they? Join this webinar to learn more about designing policy and pay strategies that use time off practices to boost employee engagement, productivity, and personal security.

1. Can employers enable a workable balance for employees facing a blurry line between home and work?
2. Can innovative time off policies boost productivity and engagement AND have a positive impact on employee wellbeing?

For enquiries, please contact kristhia.curammeng@keymedia.com
Tuesday May 18, 2021, starting at 2:00 PM EDT
Nabil Merali, FSA, FCIA, CERA
Senior Vice President, Central Region Leader | Aon
Position and Responsibilities
Based in Aon’s Toronto office, Nabil is a Senior Vice President and Central Practice Leader of the Health Solutions practice. With over 16 years’ experience, Nabil provides group benefits and post-retirement consulting to clients across Canada.

Areas of Specialization
Nabil works with clients on a variety of group benefits and actuarial projects, including the development of health care strategies, employee and retire plan designs and pricing strategies, claims analysis, insurance carrier reviews and postretirement benefit valuations. He also supports Health & Benefits national committees on innovation and next generation tools and technology.

Nabil is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries. He is also a Chartered Enterprise Risk Analyst and is a member of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries Group Insurance Committee. Nabil holds an Honours Bachelor of Mathematics degree in Actuarial Science from the University of Waterloo.
Kelly Higgins
Associate Vice-president | Aon
Position and Responsibilities
Kelly is an Associate Vice-president with the Health & Benefits practice and is based in Toronto. Kelly is responsible for legislative and industry tracking and reporting, content management, and contributes to compliance and research focused projects for client organizations.

Areas of Specialization
Legal and industry research and trends in the employee benefits context. Employment standards compliance.

Kelly started her career as a reference librarian at a leading Vancouver law firm and specializes in legal and legislative research and analysis. She has been with Aon for 20 years in various roles that have focused on legal, legislative and employee benefits research and reporting, employer surveys and trends reporting, information management, and the development of Aon thought leadership.
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