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Preparing for the Future of Work: Practical Considerations

  • 11 Mar 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Webinar


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Nothing is as practical as….your people data!

Practical workforce considerations as we look towards a new better

As we see begin to see rays of hope to exit the pandemic, organizations are beginning to think through the practicalities of returning larger portions of their workforces to a physical workplace, or what long term remote working will entail, or what an optimal combination of the two will look like. At best it is a very nebulous and complex problem to solve.  To this end, your people data can give you clear and practical starting points and find the most direct route to the destination ahead.


In this session, we will discuss how your people data can help you get a clear view on key questions to define your strategy to enter a post pandemic world, including:

  1. How can you leveraging Job Architecture to make informed decisions (who returns to the office, location strategy, pay equity, etc.)?
  2. How should you phase a return of your people to the workplace?
  3. How to practically gauge risk associated with your people strategy?
  4. How can you enhance the employee experience along the way?  


Bring your questions, observations about your firm’s journey, and ideas to the session.  We’re all in this together and can learn from one another!

 Presenter Bios:

Marinus van Driel

Marinus is an Associate Partner in Aon’s Human Capital Solutions Practice.

Marinus has a passion for aiding organizations manage talent for the future, with broad expertise building platforms for hiring and enabling mobility for future facing business requirements. The sectors in which he has served client organizations include finance, customer service, retail, mining, manufacturing, utilities, legal, aviation, and defense.

Marinus has extensive experience implementing international talent analytics programs with a strong focus on the United States, sub-Saharan Africa, and Europe. He also has experience as a policy researchers and advisor within the public sector. 

Marinus is an industry thought leader, with a range of articles in peer-reviewed scholarly journals on topics spanning leadership, diversity and inclusion, and organizational effectiveness.  He frequently speaks at industry conferences, roundtables, and in webinars.

Prior to joining Aon, Marinus served as a human capital strategist with a focus on leadership transformation as part of large-scale technology implementations, particularly in the regulated energy sector.  He has also served as an international talent manager with a focus on Latin America, where he guided regional talent management initiatives in seven countries.

Marinus holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Psychology from Furman University

Matt Simeoni

Matt is an Associate Partner in Aon’s Human Capital Solutions Practice.

Matt serves as a relationship manager within the Financial Services practice focusing on U.S. super regional and regional banks in addition to Foreign Banks. Matt partners with clients to create customized solutions to human capital, finance, and regulatory issues by leveraging current market practices and emerging trends.

Matt's areas of expertise include competitive compensation assessment for executive and broad-based populations, job architecture, peer group development, incentive plan review and design, financial benchmarking, and regulatory reviews.

Matt holds a B.A. in Political Science from Gettysburg College and is currently pursuing his MBA at Cornell’s Johnson School of Business.

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