The 2013 – 2014 Talent Management and Rewards Study — North America was fielded between April and August of this year. This ongoing research explores how reward strategies and talent management best practices are evolving in order to meet the demands of an ever-changing business environment. For 2013, the study consists of a series of three surveys.
What the Surveys Cover:
- The first survey, conducted in the U.S. only, focuses on the impact of health care reform on the employee value proposition (EVP) and employee reward programs, as well as total rewards strategy and design.
- The second survey explores reward strategies, specifically the role of base and variable pay in the total rewards portfolio, and managers' effectiveness in managing pay for key employee groups such as critical-skill and top-performing employees.
- The third survey explores career management strategies as well as design characteristics of effective career management programs for key employee groups such as critical-skill and top-performing employees.
Download the full report, which features an integrated look at the findings from the survey series. You'll discover strategic advantages of implementing highly effective rewards and talent management programs.