Category Archives: Employee rewards

Experiência do empregado em organizações de alto desempenho

Lições de organizações bem-sucedidas financeiramente Por Stephen Young e Patrick Kulesa Como as empresas sobrevivem a um mundo cada vez mais disruptivo, digital e ágil? Fundamentalmente, esta “sobrevivência” depende de um conjunto de práticas de liderança e do ambiente de … Continue reading →

7 hidden opportunities for inclusion and diversity

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This series is based on our experiences and observations working with clients who are using inclusion and diversity (I&D) as a way to develop existing talent. Our next post will cover attraction and recruitment. If diversity is the opportunities that … Continue reading →

Back to the future for base pay and internal equity? (Part 2 in a series)

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The increasing level of debate on social fairness is pushing the question of pay equity up the political agenda in key global markets.  The U.K., Germany, France, Australia, New Zealand, U.S. and Canadian states have all moved to strengthen existing … Continue reading →

8 key takeaways from Willis Towers Watson’s HR Software and Solutions Conference

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The world of work and talent is changing rapidly, driven by generational shifts, skills shortages, digital transformation and a host of other market forces. And it’s because of these changes that HR professionals are in a key position to help … Continue reading →

Want to create a better employee experience? Understand and embrace the complexity

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Employee experience offers a way for organizations to drive success by connecting with their people on an emotional level in moments that matter. But how can organizations enhance the employee experience in an increasingly fragmented world? The artist Paul Cezanne … Continue reading →

4 ways the HR role is pivotal to M&A success (Part 4 in a series)

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If you’ve been following this series, you know that your workforce is likely changing due to increased automation. You also know that Total Rewards strategies are likely to undergo significant transformation in the next few years. And that it’s time … Continue reading →

Overwhelmed by base pay? 4 steps to get it right (Part 1 in a series)

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Is there any corporate activity that takes up as much management time as the annual merit increase process? So much is expected of it, yet companies and employees consistently tell us it’s not working and no longer fit for purpose. … Continue reading →

How can the employee experience help organizations embrace change? (Part 2 in series)

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“You can never step into the same river; for new waters are always flowing on you. No man ever steps into the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he is not the same man.” — Heraclitus … Continue reading →

Why modernize Total Rewards? Here are 10 reasons. (Part 3 in a series)

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Employees are redefining what work means and how it is structured. Some may call this “the future of work” but we call it the present reality of business. Advancements in technology are driving a need for new skills, and changing … Continue reading →

Your workforce is changing. Have your benefits communications done the same?

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The disco era brought us many fads: leisure suits, pet rocks and his and her perms. Those are mercifully gone, but the late ‘70s also introduced the promise of a paperless society. It hasn’t happened yet (and may not in … Continue reading →