Lockton hires Rob McGee as focus on absence management expands

Lockton is excited to welcome Rob McGee, a leading expert in the absence, disability, leave and life insurance space. McGee will expand the team of world-class absence management experts Lockton has established to address the increasingly complex absence and leave landscape.

As the cost, laws and impacts of employee absence and leave become a more significant challenge for our clients, Lockton is responding by expanding our resources and capabilities. Lockton’s team of absence experts understand the true cost of absence and how that can differ from one client to the next. The dedicated and highly skilled Lockton team dives deep into complex leave laws, employee engagement and litigation risk to deliver custom solutions that save clients time and money.

“Rob brings an unmatched knowledge base across the spectrum of employer leave,” said Kevin Seelman, EVP and Specialty Practices Leader at Lockton. “His strategic guidance on absence, disability, paid time off and life insurance programs is exactly what we need to continue taking our absence management service offerings to the next level.”

McGee spent over a decade at Willis Towers Watson as the Northeast lead of its absence life and disability practice assisting clients across the spectrum of absence, disability, paid time off and life insurance programs. He specializes in providing employers with strategic guidance and oversight, underwriting/funding reviews, plan design evaluations, paid time off and paid family/medical leave assessments, vendor selection, renewal assessments. McGee has worked with numerous Fortune employers across various industries, including aerospace and defense, airline, energy, financial services, healthcare, higher education, insurance, manufacturing, retail, technology and telecommunications.

“Lockton is known for bringing an uncommon client service to an otherwise ordinary offering and absence management is no different.,” noted Said Taiym, Lockton’s U.S. Chief Operating Officer. “Businesses everywhere are looking for ways to win the war on talent; retaining and engaging existing employees is an essential element to winning that war. We see an opportunity to lean on our expertise and relationships to help clients manage the long-term costs associated with leave.”

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