The latest thinking in workplace resilience
Read the latest thinking on the key areas that will help you build a rising, resilient workforce.
Becoming a rising, resilient business
Employers are used to investing in benefits packages and health insurance as tools for attracting and retaining the right talent, but in the modern day, employees and society expect intelligent alignment with their needs, from social wellness to professional development and mindset growth. And those who do invest in their teams may stand to gain so much more.
Prevention is better than cure: Are employers up for the challenge to change behaviours in the workplace?
Our new whitepaper explores how the use of data insights can empower employers in making a sustainable impact on the health of their workforce.
Transforming energy starts with people
Many firms within the energy and power sectors are developing their vision for the future and prioritising a move towards decarbonisation and renewables. As they go through this transition, they have to navigate a multitude of new challenges. One issue connects all of these factors: people — more specifically, workforces.
Poor financial wellbeing is a global issue. But there is room for positivity and optimism.
The statistics about personal finance and financial wellbeing make grim reading. The number and variety of structural and cultural challenges in this area can seem quite daunting.
Diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace
Championing diversity, equity and inclusion (‘DE&I’) is not a new theme for many organisations – but external factors are reinforcing the need for a robust DE&I strategy and accelerating pressure on organisations to act and report on DE&I goals.
OOO: tracking compensation and careers for remote workers
Changes in where and how employees work will shape career development, pay and the leadership skills necessary to thrive going forward — speeding up a workforce evolution already in motion.
The 10 factors that fuel a resilient workforce
As the pandemic has challenged businesses, it’s also challenged the wellbeing of their employees, not just in terms of their physical health but their mental and financial wellness as well.
2020 Gig Economy report
Financial security or greater control? Uncover the tough decisions driving the Gig Economy and how businesses can redress the benefits balance.
2021 Global Medical Trend Rates Report
Despite the pandemic, the high prevalence of employer-sponsored medical plans is expected to continue and provisions offered by these medical plans continues to expand. But how?
Future of pay: enabling workplace change through rewards
Organizations that reimagine how they deploy, reward and listen to their people will be ready for the future. In this guidebook, we explore how employers can future-proof their workforce by offering flexible and holistic rewards programs.
DC Pension and Financial Wellbeing Employee Research
To explore the reality of defined contribution (DC) pension provision and wider financial wellbeing today, Aon and YouGov surveyed over 2,000 employees across a wide range of age groups, incomes and industries.
Coping with COVID: the impact on sandwich generation workers
The impacts of the pressures facing the Sandwich Generation can make their way into the workplace in the forms of absenteeism, decreased productivity or increased turnover. And women are bearing the brunt.
Investing in the future – increasing engagement in pensions
How do you get the most from your pension? What else do you want from it? For some people a changing world is changing their priorities. Embracing the climate agenda is one of the ways pension providers are improving engagement.
2021 Global Wellbeing Survey
Until now, the link between wellbeing and company performance has been unclear at best, but Aon’s 2021 Global Wellbeing Survey looks at the direct link between employee wellbeing and business performance.
The importance of workplace resilience: why should businesses care?
The world of work is ever-changing, and the COVID-19 pandemic has caused immense upheaval and catalysed new ways of working. We take a look at why resilience is so important to businesses - and how companies can help build resilient workforces.
How great coaches build brilliant habits
Positive habits are not built overnight. But with inspirational leadership, can organisations play a more fundamental role in improving the health and wellbeing of their employees? We explore the role managers can play in coaching their people to achieve personal and professional ambitions, and in doing so, build healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
When is the right time to talk about money?
In many cultures and for many individuals money is not something that is discussed openly. Yet learning how today’s decisions can affect tomorrow, and what long-term saving strategies are available can have a hugely positive impact on an employee’s state of mind, as well as helping to create a productive and happy workforce in the long run.
Why wealth benefits are a prerequisite to health benefits
As wealth disparity increases, economic crises abound, and unemployment is always a possibility, employees are becoming more in need of financial support. Getting the fundamentals of prevention, intervention, and education in place can reduce the health and wealth gap, as well as creating an employer brand people potentially flock to.
The benefits you would never think of
An above-average pension package, a subsidised gym membership, and maybe if you are lucky, a ping pong table. It is safe to say that many benefit packages are suffering from a homogeneity that leaves little differentiation. So organisations are reimagining their traditional benefits package in order to attract and, more importantly, retain the best talent.
Stepping back, or stepping up? Getting the right financial support to employees
While the long term financial impact of COVID-19 is not yet known, in the short-term it has had far reaching effects for employees. We explore how employers are uniquely positioned to help their workforces manage their financial wellbeing, and how employees need to understand the key drivers that will ensure they are able to support themselves.