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    United States Periodic in English
    An update on new trends and emerging issues in total rewards design and delivery
    Audience: Communication, change management, compensation, benefits, staffing, training and HR technology professionals.
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    • Total Rewards Digest — April 2018
      Women tend to make retirement security a lower priority than men. What are the implications for organizations?
    • Total Rewards Digest — January 2018
      How do employers with the highest performing health plans intend to reduce cost, improve efficiency and ultimately achieve a healthy, high-performing workforce?
    • Total Rewards Digest — October 2017
      In our third global retention study since 2012, we continue to focus on how financial retention agreements help keep key acquired talent with their new companies.
    • Total Rewards Digest - July 2017
      Our 11th annual Global Medical Trends Survey tracks the continuing rise of medical costs, their drivers and employer management techniques. Key findings.
    • Total Rewards Digest — April 2017
      Most U.S. employers (88%) say behavioral health programs to reduce anxiety, depression and substance abuse fall short of goals: actions to improve effectiveness.
    • Total Rewards Digest – January 2017
      Some key findings from the 21st annual Willis Towers Watson Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey of 600 employers, conducted in June and July 2016
    • Total Rewards Digest – October 2016
      Employers are taking a more modern agile approach to the development of the EVP. But most don’t fully understand the implications of the new employment relationships.
    • Total Rewards Digest – July 2016
      U.S. employers are redefining workforce health, putting the emphasis on workplace culture over program design. What’s driving the change?
    • Total Rewards Digest – April 2016
      A number of factors are keeping employers’ health and well-being programs from being as successful as they could be. How are top performers overcoming these hurdles?
    • Total Rewards Digest – January 2016

      Key survey findings include: 83% expect to make changes to avoid the ACA’s excise tax, up from 31% in 2014, and the use of full-replacement ABHPs continues to grow.

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Total Rewards Digest
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