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Upcoming events from Aon

Aon Employee Benefits regularly participate in a variety of sector-specific conferences, forums and exhibitions.

In addition, we host our own webinars and seminars throughout the year on a range of useful and thought provoking employee benefits topics, from innovations in benefit technology, to the impact of pension legislation changes, to holistic healthcare solutions for the future. Take a look at our events calendar to see what's coming up and what would be of interest to you.

Our seminars and webinars are very popular and tend to get booked up quickly. Book early to avoid disappointment by registering now next to each event you want to attend.

Driving your talent agenda through intelligent data

Date: Thursday 23 November 2017 - 8:30am

Great organisations require extraordinary talent. Such organisations understand the importance of engaged talent at each stage of the employee lifecycle. A focus on people data provides insights that empower organisations to make smarter decisions to attract, retain, engage and motivate a happier and healthier workforce.

Join Aon and cut-e experts for a free morning workshop, Thursday 23 November, 8:30am to 11:30am, at The Gibson Hotel, Dublin 1.

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The case for Flexible Benefits in Ireland white paper

Many employers are now focusing on a differentiated approach to reward and benefits. The growth in adoption of the flexible and online benefits model is now established and seemingly set to continue at a faster pace. Read more.

2018 EMEA Health Survey

Across EMEA and locally in Ireland, improving employee health, wellbeing and engagement is high on the agenda for many employers. We are delighted to publish the results from our Survey which covers more than 900 employers across the region. The Survey makes interesting reading and outlines the key health issues employers are facing as they develop their people risk strategies, including the opportunities and challenges. Read more. Read more.