Technology, demographic shifts, and global catastrophic events (CATs) continue to upend the insurance market, forcing insurers to adapt to change. For many, rewards programs and talent strategies are key ways to at least partially adjust. Throughout 2018, Willis Towers Watson conducted numerous pulse surveys that touched on a variety of topics related to talent and rewards for property and casualty (P&C) insurers. Three surveys in particular focus on Annual Incentive Plans (AIP), their design and how certain key roles fit in to the bigger puzzle.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Eric Macksoud 

Eric Macksoud

Willis Towers Watson
New York

Derek Mordente 

Derek Mordente

Willis Towers Watson
New York

Steve Hinden 

Steve Hinden

Willis Towers Watson
Stamford


Eric Macksoud is an analyst and Derek Mordente, an associate director, in Willis Towers Watson’s executive compensation practice, and are located in New York. Steve Hinden is a senior director in the executive compensation practice based in Willis Towers Watson’s Stamford, Connecticut office. Email Eric.Macksoud@willistowerswatson.com, derek.mordente@willistowerswatson.com, steve.hinden@willistowerswatson.com, or executive.pay.matters@willistowerswatson.com.