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Executive Compensation|Future of Work|Health and Benefits|Retirement|Talent|Total Rewards|Integrated Wellbeing|Workers Compensation
Beyond Data

May 20, 2020

Our recent and upcoming webinars and events focus on helping Australian organisations to address critical matters relating to people, risk and capital.

Upcoming webinars and events


Past webinars and events


Australian workforce? How to positively influence your workers’ compensation premium
If you have employees who work in different Australian states and territories, Workers’ Compensation insurance can be highly complex. Join Willis Towers Watson’s Head of Workplace Risk Kosta Savidakis and David Allan, Workplace Risk Solutions Director at an informative webinar where we’ll explain the differences across each jurisdiction, outline how you can minimise your workers’ compensation exposure and simplify your company’s approach to this vital cover for your employees.

For a link to the webinar replay, please email workplace.risk@willistowerswatson.com


Beyond Data: Navigating the new normal for pay and work in Asia Pacific
This year, many organisations had to make swift and unexpected decisions around pay and workforce planning due to COVID-19. Many have also accelerated their digital journey to manage through the crisis. As employers across the region now navigate the new normal and restore stability, what actions are expected for pay and work? In this Beyond Data webinar, our experts will share recent survey findings and insights, and practical tips, tools and solutions to help guide the way.

Access the replay using this passcode: 2020BeyondData


2020 and beyond: Workplace Risk National Insurance Update
Our team will walk you through the market conditions, including performance and any predictions that can be shared along with a core focus on Work, Health & Safety and the agility at which businesses around the country have executed new safe work practices for their workforce. Whether it be for those working on site in the new normal or exploring the new risk exposures associated with remote and home working practices. We will also make comment on the state and federal legislative amendments that have impacted businesses just like yours such as the JobKeeper initiative.

For a link to the webinar replay, please email workplace.risk@willistowerswatson.com


Getting back to business after JobKeeper – the legal, insurance and talent implications
COVID-19’s immediate impacts saw many businesses terminate employment, offer redundancies, or reduce pay and working hours. The government quickly moved to offer the JobKeeper program to encourage employers to retain as many of their people as possible. Soon this safety net will end – whether in total, or for specific sectors of the workforce. Will organisations be able to keep people on the payroll? What skills do they need to rebuild their business? Crucially, what are the legal, insurance and talent implications?


Restoring stability: A deeper dive into health and wellbeing
We take a deep dive into the complex implications that surround health and wellbeing during the current crisis. Informed by our latest insights and new survey data, we demonstrate how employers are responding to rapid developments to protect and support employees.

Access the replay using this passcode: RestoringStability.


New Zealand workforce? You can influence your workers’ compensation costs
WTW is ready to bust a long-held belief that organisations can do nothing to impact their workers’ compensation costs in the land of the long white cloud. Our Australian Workplace Risk team will host Peter Oxley, Business Customer Solutions Partner for New Zealand’s Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC). Peter will provide valuable insights into what your organisation can do to influence the best possible outcome and achieve significant discounts on their annual levy.

For a link to the webinar replay, please email workplace.risk@willistowerswatson.com


Restoring stability: A sustainable reset to the world of work after COVID-19
We take a closer look at the key issues, data and the practical steps that organisations should take to reset their operations sustainably during and after COVID-19. We will explore work design and rewards in a skills-based ecosystem.

Access the replay using this passcode: RestoringStability.


Restoring stability: A deeper dive into health and wellbeing
We take a deep dive into the complex implications that surround health and wellbeing during the current crisis. Informed by our latest insights and new survey data, we demonstrate how employers are responding to rapid developments to protect and support employees.

Access the replay using this passcode: RestoringStability.


Restoring stability: A deeper dive into employee experience
In this webcast, Willis Towers Watson thought leaders discuss the impact COVID-19 is having on the employee experience. Using insights from our latest research, we explore how organisations can lead with empathy through the crisis and restore stability for their business and their people.

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Beyond Data: Important considerations for executive compensation
In this Beyond Data webcast, we discuss the implications of the COVID-19 crisis and the need for responsible decisions around executive pay. We also share the latest executive compensation trends and key data insights to give a complete overview of the executive landscape in Asia Pacific.

Access the replay using this passcode: RestoringStability.

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Managing through the crisis, restoring stability and operating in a post COVID-19 world
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed how we work, how our businesses effectively operate, and how markets function efficiently. It has demonstrated the material value of the health and contributions of people to a company’s business success. So what should you be focusing on here and now in response to the implications of COVID-19 for your employees and your business? And what might the ‘next normal’ be? How can your organisation not only restore stability, but position itself for a new era of success and growth?

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