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  • Survey Research Results
    While highly engaged employees generally produce better business outcomes than their less engaged coworkers, engagement alone doesn’t guarantee top performance. Companies can realize greater value by seizing the opportunity to not only engage employees, but also enable and energize their efforts. It is sustainable engagement - or engagement to the power of three.
  • Survey Research Results
    Our ninth annual Current and Emerging Global Benefit Themes survey focused on benefit management priorities for 2016 from a HQ or regional HQ perspective.
  • Survey Research Results
    Our eighth annual Current and Emerging Global Benefit Themes survey focused on benefit management priorities for 2015 from a HQ or regional HQ perspective.
  • Survey Research Results
    Towers Watson’s studies exploring employee engagement and associated talent management and reward programs
  • Survey Research Results
    A survey conducted in 2013 to explore career management strategies, employee rewards programs and talent management best practices
  • Survey Research Results
    Since 2008, Towers Watson has published a pioneering annual report on the finances of employee benefit plans of the largest companies in India. The latest edition of the ‘Employee Benefits Accounting & Risk study’ analyses the company financial statements of 99 of the BSE 100 companies. The inaugural study in 2008 revealed that 32% of Defined Benefit (DB) liabilities were unfunded and in comparison this figure has markedly dropped to 14% as per the latest findings. This is despite the combined estimated employee benefits liabilities having steadily increased over the years.
  • Survey Research Results
    Towers Watson's 17th consecutive Talent Management and Rewards Study reveals the demand for the right talent is as strong as ever — and the stakes for attracting, keeping and engaging that talent are high. The survey findings highlight a prescription for organisations to realise healthier financial results, improved employee engagement, and an easier time attracting and retaining people with the skills they need, while workers get what they need.
  • Survey Research Results
    Faced with the prospect of widening talent gaps, driven by changing employee demographics across the globe, leading organisations are addressing critical questions about their future workforce. Towers Watson can help you deal with these business issues, anticipate future needs and make smart workforce investments.
  • Survey Research Results
    Towers Watson’s 2012 – 2013 Talent Management and Rewards Survey reveals key insights on rewards and talent management strategies of more than 350 participating organisations across the EMEA region.
  • Survey Research Results
    Global survey results reveal employee reward program trends and talent management best practices.
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