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    Why is managerial capability building critical for organisations? Managers are the lens through which an employee sees the organisation. They create moments of truth for employees.
  • Video
    Willis Towers Watson webinar on “Portability from Superannuation to NPS.” Kulin Patel, Head – Retirement (South Asia), Willis Towers Watson facilitated the discussion with Dr B.S. Bhandari, Whole Time Member – Economics, PFRDA. Full video
  • Article
    Willis Towers Watson webcast on “Portability between Superannuation and NPS.”
  • Newsletter
    Two senior consultants take a close look at the actions business leaders can take to make workforce effectiveness and productivity a competitive and financial advantage.
  • Case Study
    From increased health saving contributions to improved long-term savings, the results are clear: myFiTage changes employee behavior and boosts financial independence.
  • Newsletter
    Willis Towers Watson’s global magazine for insurance executives. Contents: Longevity, catastrophe reinsurance, telematics, digitalization, artificial intelligence
  • Newsletter
    In May’s issue of Global Markets Overview, we provide an overview of the Global Markets five-year outlook and our expectations for aggregate equity returns over the long term.
  • Article
    At a recent panel discussion organised in Mumbai, Ashish Ambasta, Director – Employee Insights and Assessments, Willis Towers Watson India engaged in a conversation with three senior HR practitioners from leading companies in India. The theme for this discussion was to deliberate on whether cash is still the king for employees? Historically, salaries have been a significant component of remuneration in India and Willis Towers Watson’s 2016 Salary Budget Planning (Q3) Report highlights that, with tighter salary increase budgets, organisations very discernibly prioritise their top performers.
  • Article
    Ashish Ambasta, Director, Employee Insights and Assessments, Willis Towers Watson initiated a discussion with four senior HR practitioners based in Pune on whether cash is still the king for employees. Traditionally, cash has been the primary driver in taking employment decisions for employees in India. However, the total rewards proposition in terms of job, flexibility, recognition, culture etc., as a collective, has become increasingly important in the past few years.
  • Article
    At a recent panel discussion hosted by Willis Towers Watson in Bengaluru, Kulin Patel, Head – Retirement (South Asia), discussed the significance of having innovative HR benefits for employees in the Indian work environment, with three senior HR practitioners from leading organisations. The discussion brought forward several challenges, but more importantly solutions and ideas around the increased need for having innovative HR benefits.
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