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  • Newsletter
    Our Global M&A Retention study shows retention incentives are improving all the time in being able to hold on to key staff during a merger and acquisition. But retention incentives alone buy time, rather than loyalty. More needs to be done to convince people to stay for the longer term.
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    Both for serial acquirers and companies that only occasionally do mergers and acquisitions, retaining experienced leadership and other key talent often tops the list of tough people challenges in M&A situations. We’ve recently launched our third Global M&A Retention Study to provide further insights into best practices in retaining top talent in M&A settings.

    Scott Oberstaedt

  • Newsletter
    Insights on inclusion and diversity; achieving workplace gender parity; recruitment and retention strategies; research on pension assets and employee benefit themes
  • Newsletter
    Human-centric health; understanding private exchange offerings; compensation management; HR’s role in M&A deals; webcast replay: outlook for employers in Trump era
  • Newsletter
    Post-election outlook for benefits, CEO pay and more; discussions on productivity and spin-offs; new challenges for leadership development; pay levels flattening
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  • Newsletter
    Spin-offs — corporate transactions in which business units separate from their parent company to become independent entities — are increasingly popular as companies reexamine their business strategies and search for additional ways to boost shareholder returns. Two Willis Towers Watson experts look at the unique human capital challenges associated with spin-offs and the steps organizations can take to minimize the risks and maximize the chances of success for these types of transactions.
  • Reprint
    When left unaddressed, cultural integration issues can be the death knell of mergers and acquisitions.
  • Newsletter
    Experts from Gates Corporation; Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany; and Willis Towers Watson discuss what smart change management can deliver in a corporate transaction.
  • Newsletter
    This issue of Sustainably Engaged examines three culture assessment approaches and how they can be used to inform M&A work. 
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