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Wellbeing 2021 - Uniting purpose, mission and strategy

A conversation with Canadian Wellbeing Leaders

Health and Benefits|Inclusion and Diversity|Talent|Total Rewards|Wellbeing|Future of Work
COVID 19 Coronavirus

November 9, 2020

Manulife, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Willis Towers Watson share how “ESG” practices can be applied to wellbeing principles.
A discussion on wellbeing: Emerging best practices

What a year for HR: activating continuity plans; transitioning to remote working; furloughing employees and bringing them back; rethinking performance management; mobilizing discussions about racism; protecting the health of all. The immediate responses have been our focus, but many social and cultural implications lie ahead. So, what does wellbeing need to look like when there has been a widespread shift in awareness about caregiving, inclusion, diversity and social conscience?

Willis Towers Watson moderated a discussion featuring the Global Head of Benefits and Wellness at Manulife, the Global Benefits & Wellbeing Lead at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and our own Global Talent Business Leader at Willis Towers Watson, on new thinking about how environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices can be applied to wellbeing principles.

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