Total Rewards Digest

In this quarterly issue, we report on:

  • Employers act to improve behavioral health care
  • Update: Trump effect on retirement and compensation
  • Top recruitment and retention strategies

Infographic: Insights from the 2017 Willis Towers Watson Behavioral Health Survey

Most U.S. employers (88%) say behavioral health programs aimed at reducing anxiety, depression and substance abuse fall short in many areas, notably: providing timely access to quality care, lowering cost, helping to decrease disability claims and raising productivity. They are taking action to improve their effectiveness and change how behavioral health is viewed and supported in the workplace.

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Infographic: Insights from the 2017 Willis Towers Watson Behavioral Health Survey

Infographic: Top recruitment and retention strategies

When budget limitations keep pay levels flat, how do successful employers hire and keep the talent they need? For one thing, they get creative about incentives, bonuses and other programs.

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Infographic: Top recruitment and retention strategies


Update: Trump administration’s regulatory approach affects retirement and compensation rules

Several early actions taken by the new Trump administration may affect retirement and compensation regulations, as well as have broader long-term implications for other employer-provided benefits. For instance: 1) The SEC is seeking comments on implementation of the CEO pay ratio disclosure rule. 2) Regulatory agencies must identify two regulations to revoke for every new regulation issued. 3) The DOL must review the fiduciary rule and prepare an updated economic and legal analysis.

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Perspectives: Unlocking value from effective compensation management
Insights from three surveys

As employers begin to examine their compensation strategies and processes, they find considerable room for improvement. Learn how an end-to-end approach focused on best practices in compensation design, delivery and communication can help overcome these challenges.

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Unlocking value from effective compensation management

Perspectives: What the future of work looks like

One-size-fits-all career management programs are becoming obsolete in a global workplace where more employees seek personalized work experiences and organizations keep pace with ever-shifting talent requirements. The new marketplace model offers an agile, dynamic alternative to traditional approaches, connecting employees with development opportunities best suited to their needs while offering employers access to a broad pool of critical talent.

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The career marketplace: what the future of work looks like

Infographic: Current and Emerging Global Benefit Themes

In 2016, multinational employers saw a focus on employee wellness and appreciation as key to keeping their employees engaged, loyal and productive. Yet few global organizations give themselves high marks for both strategy and efficiency in the realm of employee benefits.

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Infographic - Current and Emerging Global Benefit Themes: Priorities for 2017