The Post-COVID-19 Workplace
Thursday, June 25, 2020
A discussion on returning to work and managing new financial and employee engagement realities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created immediate, and potentially long-lasting, changes in our personal and work lives. It changed how we interact with each other, both at work and at play.
You told us you wanted to strategies for adapting to the post-pandemic climate facing organizations and communities in the long- and short-term.
Join us on June 25 for an online panel discussion. Our expert panel will share their expertise, insights and perspectives on managing the changes and remain available for a Q & A session.
David Mann | City of Cincinnati Councilman – Introduction and Update
Rebecca Duff-Campbell | Willis Towers Watson – Return to Work Strategies
Patrick O’Cull | Mercer – Compensation Consideration
Nick Allen, FSA, FCA, MAAA | USI – Financial Impact of COVID-19 on Health Plans
The second quarter program will be an online-only event.
About Our Speakers
Nick Allen is the National Practice Leader for Customer Analytics at USI Insurance. His expertise lies in helping clients understand and mitigate enterprise risk within their healthcare plan, and his experience ranges from mid-market to jumbo client consulting sales and service.
He leads the architecture and development of USIs proprietary actuarial and financial tools. Recently, this includes our client toolkit for estimating the financial impact of COVID-19 on their health insurance plans and renewals.
Nick’s daily focus is on the planning, development, and implementation of fiscally prudent healthcare strategies for our clients. His emphasis on using those strategies to tailor models and tools to clients based on their health plan needs falls right at the heart of what our service teams need during a period of constant change in health care.
Nick concentrates on the financial decision-making process of clients who face seismic changes in their business or future healthcare strategy. These changes could be brought on by merger and acquisition activity, rapidly evolving demographics, plan consolidation, or any other large-scale enterprise shifts.
Nick has published articles on leadership and healthcare reform. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Mathematics. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Fellow in the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, and is a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Rebecca Duff-Campbell, East Central Talent Business Leader, is an award-winning consultant and the US Market Leader for Willis Towers Watson’s Talent line of business in Michigan, Ohio and Pittsburgh. She provides deep consulting expertise in developing integrated human resources, talent management and change communications using new and traditional types of media to create engaging and actionable employee experiences.
Throughout her career, Rebecca has participated in significant business transformation initiatives including all types of workforce changes, new program introductions (e.g., retirement, healthcare, compensation), as well as M&A and crisis communication efforts. She works with organizations of all sizes and across industries including health systems, retailers, automotive suppliers, pharmaceuticals, manufacturers and more. She co-leads Willis Towers Watson’s Talent & Rewards Automotive Industry Group and has worked with multiple OEMs and auto suppliers. She is also a Willis Towers Watson Inclusion & Diversity champion.
Before returning to Towers Watson in 2011, Rebecca spent 10 years as the Director of Employee Communications for a large media company headquartered in Chicago. There, she focused on creating and implementing strategic communication and change management plans for 20,000 employees on various compensation and benefit topics, as well as executive communications, divestitures, privatization, diversity, culture change and bankruptcy.
Rebecca has more than 20 years communication and leadership experience. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan and is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). Rebecca has won two Gold Quill Awards of Excellence with IABC.
Councilmember David Mann was elected in November 2017 to serve on Cincinnati City Council and reelected in 2017. He previously served on council for 24 years, including three distinguished years as mayor.
David was elected to the 103rd Congress as the representative from Ohio’s 1st Congressional District, which then included most of the city.
David’s earliest public service was serving in the United States Navy for four years. As a lieutenant, David served on the U.S.S. English (DD-696), a destroyer that was one of the first ships to reach Cuban waters during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Prior to active duty in the Navy, David attended Harvard College on a Navy R.O.T.C. scholarship and was selected as the midshipman commander of the Naval R.O.T.C. battalion at Harvard. David graduated cum laude with a major in biochemical sciences.
After his Navy service, David attended Harvard Law School where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review and graduated magna cum laude.
Currently, David practices law with his son, Michael, at their firm, Man & Mann.
David’s practice includes civil rights and discrimination cases on behalf of employees who have been treated improperly because of race, gender, age or disability. He also has worked to increase employment opportunities for ex-offenders.
David’s role as a civic leader has included involvement in a number of charitable organizations: for two years he was chairman of the board of The Hearing, Speech and Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati; he spent 10 years on the board of the Freestore Foodbank and served as chairman of the board of his church, Clifton United Methodist.
David also served as the co-convener of Beyond Civility, an initiative to improve public discourse on civic issues. Public response to this initiative was tremendous.
David and his wife Betsy live in Clifton. Their three children and five grandchildren all live in Cincinnati. Each of them attended Cincinnati Public Schools.
Patrick O’Cull is a Partner and Office Business Leader for Mercer’s Detroit office Career business. He is responsible for advising organizations on how to strengthen the relationship between strategy, management processes, and the creation of shareholder/stakeholder value through the use of total rewards. These efforts regularly involve developing compensation/total reward strategy, assessing the competitiveness of workforce, executive and board of directors compensation, developing salary administration programs, designing annual and long-term incentive plans, and leading due diligence assessments.
Patrick’s consulting experience covers a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, professional services, and consumer goods. His clients have range from small entrepreneurial firms to Fortune 500 companies.
Patrick has over 17 years of compensation consulting experience with Mercer. Additionally, Patrick worked for two years with Ally Financial (formerly GMAC Financial) as a Compensation Manager focusing on executive compensation and variable pay plan design.
Patrick has been quoted in publications such as Becker’s Hospital Review and Crain’s Detroit Business, as well as served as a guest speaker at numerous national and regional conferences.
Patrick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Miami University.