The health and well-being of employees is a business imperative today.
A properly implemented wellness strategy can help you to achieve a competitive advantage, contain escalating healthcare costs and deliver the resiliency to meet work and family demands. Join this session to see how a successfully executed wellness plan will benefit both the employee and employer, now and for the future.
A reflective market review of past wellness practices overview of current well-being
Overview of current well-being approaches and philosophies
A view of what is ahead, what Canadian organizations are doing when it comes to well-being
What are the components of a “best practice” strategy
Leigh-Ann Ing is a Principal in the Health business in Mercer’s Toronto office. She is also the Central Canada Leader for our Total Health Management team.
Leigh-Ann has more than 16 years of experience in the health and productivity field working with clients from all sectors and various industries. She has developed health and wellness strategies for clients with populations ranging from 100 to more than 60,000 lives. Leigh-Ann has applied her relationship management skills, with teams that include various healthcare professionals, in transforming organizations’ approach to managing health from a treatment model to a prevention model.
Leigh-Ann specializes in the management and strategic development of comprehensive health and benefit programs that impact employee and organizational success. She has been successful in helping employers build healthy work cultures by developing strategies to contain/prevent absence and illness. She has also assisted in the review and development of disability management policies, practices, and procedures, as well as negotiated with providers and reported outcomes for cost containment, employee engagement, and productivity enhancements. In addition, Leigh-Ann has extensive experience working with employee committees and union representatives in relation to wellness and disability management programs.
Leigh-Ann holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. She also earned a Graduate diploma in workplace wellness and health promotion from Centennial College.
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