Beyond COVID-19: How Vaccines fit into your Workplace Wellness Strategy

Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am


Presented by Invest Ottawa,

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About this Webinar

Keeping employees healthy and at work are foundations of a holistic workplace wellbeing strategy. As employers begin to determine the role a COVID vaccine plays in their overall COVID strategy, a broader discussion is emerging around employer’s full wellness program.

This workshop will help participants:

  • Learn about the COVID-19 vaccines’ impact on wellness strategies and how to best integrate a vaccine program into your organization
  • Bring awareness of other vaccines and potential coverage through existing group plans
  • Craft the right vaccination message for your organization

About the Speaker: Mary-Lou MacDonald

As a pioneer in the field of workplace health and wellness in Canada, Mary-Lou has spearheaded many ground-breaking initiatives that have paved the way for leaders to understand and adopt safe, healthy, and high performing workplace practices and strategy. Mary-Lou has served as the Director of Workplace Health, Wellness and Safety Research at the Conference Board of Canada and led the workplace wellness portfolio for Canada Post and its 70,000 employees. As HUB International’s National Practice Lead for Health & Performance, she supports HUB’s clients to adopt a healthy workplace agenda.

About HUB International

HUB International is a leading full-service global insurance broker providing property and casualty, life and health, employee benefits, investment and risk management products and services. HUB’s vast network of specialists provides peace of mind on what matters most by protecting clients through unrelenting advocacy and tailored insurance solutions.

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2021-04-29 10:00:00 2021-04-29 23:30:00 America/Toronto Beyond COVID-19: How Vaccines fit into your Workplace Wellness Strategy Find out how the COVID-19 vaccine impacts your business' wellness strategies and how to integrate them into your strategy. Webinar
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