Number of people who watched the Clinton-Trump debate, according to early Nielsen ratings, still expected to rise
Words matter. Words matter when you run for president – and they really matter when you are president.
Hillary Clinton, during the September 26th presidential debate against Donald Trump
New Medical Devices Spur Medicare Spending Growth
Some of the fastest-growing Medicare costs stem from doctors using new medical devices for testing and treatment in their offices, recent data shows. According to a Wall Street Journal analysis, four of the top 10 fastest-growing Medicare services from 2012 to 2014 involved new medical devices being used by doctors in their offices, instead of […]
New Service Center Expands Tech and Customer Service for Exchange Solutions
In August 2016, Willis Towers Watson opened a state-of-the-art technology hub and service center in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area city of Tempe, AZ. The center is filling over 400 positions to work on software development and customer service for clients across the country. The number of employees there will increase to 800 over time. […]
10 Questions Employers Should be Ready to Answer During Open Enrollment
Willis Towers Watson this week released a list of the top 10 questions employees should ask their employers about 2017 plan offerings before selecting new plans or renewing existing ones. The questions are based the results of our 21st annual Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey, which quizzed employers on their expected cost increases […]
We all have a role to play as citizens to make sure that we don’t succumb to that fear.
President Obama, encouraging people to remain calm in the wake of the attacks in NY and NJ over the weekend
Number of Wells Fargo employees fired for allegedly creating fake customer accounts to meet sales targets
For we know that our diversity—our patchwork heritage—is not a weakness; it is still, and always will be, one of our greatest strengths. This is the America that was attacked that September morning. This is the America that we must remain true to.
President Obama in an address on 15th anniversary of September 11th attacks
Number of years since the September 11th attacks, commemorated with speeches by the President and other figures on Sunday
“Invention, my dear friends, is 93% perspiration, 6% electricity, 4% evaporation, and 2% butterscotch ripple.
The late Gene Wilder, as Willy Wonka in the iconic 1971 film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”