In this quarterly issue:


The future of work: Debunking myths and navigating new realities

Insights from the 2017 Future of Work Survey Report
Moving beyond alarmist myths about workplace automation, employers are trying to determine how to manage the many emerging work options, from contingent labor to AI and robotics. Our report reveals not only where breakthroughs are needed but also how to plot a course of action.
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The future of work: Busting myths and facing new realities

Infographic: More employers offering fertility benefits

Two-thirds (66%) of employers expect to offer fertility benefits by 2019, up from 55% today, according to the 2017 Maternity, Family and Fertility Benefits Survey. More employers are providing fertility benefits and related programs such as paid parental leave to support diversity and retain top talent.
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Infographic: More employers offering fertility benefits

High-performing employers broaden strategies to improve workforce health and temper cost increases

Insights from the 2017 Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey
How do employers with the highest performing health plans intend to reduce cost, improve efficiency and ultimately achieve a healthy, high-performing workforce? Our report offers expert insights on the actions these employers expect to take, which could also help them continue to create their own financial advantage.
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High-performing employers broaden strategies to improve workforce health and temper cost increase

Infographic: U.S. employees more concerned about personal finances

Employees are more concerned with their finances than they were two years ago, according to the Willis Towers Watson Global Benefits Attitudes Survey. So employers are playing a more active role in helping employees’ mitigate the effects financial stress has on their health.
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Infographic: U.S. employees more concerned about personal finances