Author Archive: Alyssa Hodder

About Alyssa Hodder

Director, Education and Outreach – Canada

Favorite Foundation Product: Conferences and blogs on what’s new and interesting in the industry

Benefits Related Topics That Interest Her Most: Benefits communications and how to engage plan participants

Personal Insight: The proud mother of two lovely and challenging girls, Alyssa enjoys travelling and experiencing different cultures. In her spare time, she loves to read and write, but her most unusual hobby is participating in a competitive axe-throwing league (nothing more rewarding than hitting that bullseye!)

Cybersecurity Risks: Protecting Your Data from Cyberattacks

Cybersecurity Risks: Protecting Your Data from Cyberattacks

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly accelerated the use of technology at work, and the risk of cyberattacks has grown exponentially. Katharine Hall, senior VP, cyber practice leader with Aon, and… Read more >

Legal and Practical Considerations for Virtual Health Care in Canada

Legal and Practical Considerations for Virtual Health Care in Canada

There’s no question that the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of virtual health care in Canada, but we’re now learning that it’s not just a transitional measure. A panel at… Read more >

How Have Women Been Challenged During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

How Have Women Been Challenged During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

“How can I work and take care of my kids? I don’t have any childcare right now.” “Sorry, honey, but you’ll have to wait until after this Zoom call.” “I… Read more >

Should Your Benefits Plan Cover Vaccines?

Should Your Benefits Plan Cover Vaccines?

Vaccines can provide important protection for your most vulnerable plan members, but should they be part of your benefits plan? And how can you offset the cost? Anar Dossa, Director… Read more >

How to Navigate Remote Work and Help Employees Thrive in 2021

How to Navigate Remote Work and Help Employees Thrive in 2021

When we rang in the New Year, there was a palpable sense of relief that 2020 was behind us. Then came the realization that, from a remote work standpoint at… Read more >