November 1, 2016

When I joined Towers Perrin in 2002, I was struck by the quality of the people and the strength of the firm’s intellectual capital. A few mergers and acquisitions later, the firm is now called Willis Towers Watson. But the research remains top-notch.

Check out two complementary studies on critical issues and trends in the new world of work.

  • The 2016 Global Workforce Study provides a detailed view into employees’ expectations and concerns.
  • The 2016 Global Talent Management and Rewards Study captures the perspectives of over 2,000 employers on attraction, retention, and engagement issues at the heart of the employment deal and total rewards strategy.

Communications TRG uses deep and credible research to guide project objectives, content mapping and success measures. That’s just one of the ways we create high-impact total rewards statements.

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