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Aon’s Canadian Insurance Market Report Highlights Industry Challenges and Client Impact in 2020 and Beyond

TORONTO, September 8, 2020 – Aon plc (NYSE: AON), a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of

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A Contractor’s Guide To Managing the COVID-19 Shutdown

The choices contractors make in the coming weeks and months will be vital to minimizing the impact of the COVID-19 illness

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Aon Survey Reports Companies Accelerate Workforce, Compensation and Benefits Changes in Response to COVID-19

Actions reflect both a need to manage costs and efforts to enhance support for employees across North America CHICAGO (April

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Managing Risk: How To Maximize Performance In Volatile Times

Full post link: Policy changes, geopolitical conflicts, volatile financial markets, and industry disruption. In today’s level of unprecedented change, risk readiness has fallen to its lowest point in over a decade.    Which risks are on the horizon and how are leaders preparing for the unknown?

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The Price Of Data Privacy: A Look At GDPR Fines And The Costs Of Noncompliance

IN THE HEADLINES Stories about massive data breaches are hardly news these days, yet reports that the July 2019 breach of

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Our Clicks Are Changing Our Bricks: How Tech Is Reshaping Our Lives

OVERVIEW Technology is reshaping our cities, giving people and businesses more choices and creating entirely new industries. As a result,

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U.S. And China: Navigating Trade Uncertainty

U.S. And China: Navigating Trade Uncertainty IN THE HEADLINES U.S.–China trade relations have escalated over the past few months, with

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Cyber risk top of mind for executives in North America

Cyber risk top of mind for executives in North America CNA Hardy’s November 2018 biannual Global Risk and Confidence Survey

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Aon report: cybercrime and new privacy laws pose often-overlooked threats to Canadian SMEs

Fewer than half of small and medium-sized business owners rate cybersecurity as an important priority, but the risk of cyberattack