Join Mercer's Nov. 10 web briefing on post-election outlook for benefits policy and executive compensation.


The coronavirus has reshaped the political landscape, and benefit-related issues factored into voters’ choices about which party is best equipped to handle the recovery and protect Americans' health and financial security. With the future of healthcare, paid leave, retirement and tax policy at stake, Mercer experts will review what the election results portend for employers' benefit and pay programs during this Washington Update webinar. Besides assessing the outlook in the next Congress and administration, the discussion will look at key benefit issues that could still see action this year.


Experts from Mercer’s Law & Policy Group and Executive Law & Regulatory Group will discuss these and other issues during this live web briefing on Nov. 10 from 1–2 pm ET.



Why attend?

Learn about the latest compliance, policy and COVID-19 issues affecting employee healthcare, paid leave and retirement benefits and executive compensation — and potential changes that employers should monitor and prepare for — during this timely web briefing. 



Who should attend?

Employers and plan sponsors who need information on current compliance, policy, COVID-19 and post-election issues, as well as 2021 legislative and regulatory developments.


November 10, 2020




1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET


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Dorian Z. Smith, Partner, National Practice Leader for Mercer’s Law & Policy Group 


Geoff Manville, Partner, Government Relations Leader for Mercer’s Law and Policy Group


Kaye Pestaina, Principal, Mercer’s Law and Policy Group


Brian Kearney, Principal, Mercer’s Law and Policy Group


Carol Silverman, Partner, Mercer’s Executive Law and Regulatory Group 

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