Willis Towers Watson
CFOs On the Move: Week Ending September 3
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Most U.S. Employers to Require COVID-19 Vaccination
A Willis Towers Watson survey finds that 52% of companies plan to require employees to be vaccinated by year end.
Most Companies Struggling to Hire Workers
“Employers are in the middle of an intense war for talent that’s not likely to let up anytime soon."
Aon and Willis Towers Watson Cancel $30B Merger
The insurance brokers have scrapped their merger following a lawsuit by the U.S. Department of Justice agreement to block the transaction.
EU Regulator Clears Aon Merger With Willis
The European Commission said Aon had addressed its antitrust concerns over the insurance broker merger by agreeing to sell Willis Tower Watson assets.
CFOs Still Clinging to Corporate Cash
Will companies "turn their attention from securing liquidity to unwinding their cash savings?"
Remote-Work Policies Still in Development: Survey
Only 37% of the employers surveyed by Willis Towers Watson in October had remote-work policies in place prior to 2020.
7 Ways COVID-19 Will Transform Health Care
The pandemic could promote disruptive innovation to lower costs, but it will take pressure from the business community to make it happen.
Health Benefit Costs Seen Rising 8.1% in 2021
The coronavirus had "a major impact" on slowing medical cost growth this year but the trend "is expected to be short-lived," a survey finds.
Aon to Buy Willis Towers Watson
The $30 billion deal creates the world’s largest insurance brokerage.
More CEOs Must Retain Equity Awards Post-Vesting
If current trends hold, eventually stock-retention requirements for CEOs may be almost as universal as equity ownership requirements.