A Total Rewards lens can bring the new U.S. tax law into focus

Feb 27, 2018 1:17:00 PM / by John Bremen posted in employees, Regulatory, News, compensation, benefits, workforce, taxes, Trends

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This blog was originally published on the Willis Towers Watson Wire, February 15, 2018.

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Expanding Outside the U.S.? Here’s What You Need to Know about Paid Leave and Workforce Planning

Feb 13, 2018 4:20:41 PM / by Darryl Davis posted in employees, Regulatory, News, global, compensation, benefits, Paid time off, workforce

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In today’s talent management environment, the most successful employers are the ones who listen. In Willis Towers Watson’s 2017/2018 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey, we see that benefits are more important to employees than ever before. While retirement and medical benefits tend to top employees’ list of priorities, paid time off ranks relatively high around the world. Additionally, the topics of workforce flexibility and work-life balance continue to receive significant attention from employers who want to attract, retain and engage talent. More and more, top employers give prominence to employee success, satisfaction and security outside of the workplace, as well as within, as part of their employee value proposition, in effort to help them stand apart from competitors vying for the same talent pool. 

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The 7 Holiday-Themed Employee Perk Ideas to them Happy During the Holiday Seasons

Dec 18, 2017 1:46:26 PM / by Jason Lavender posted in Products, perks, benefits, holidays, employees

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We’ve all been there. Holiday shopping for friends, family and co-workers can be challenging. What mom likes is different from what little Timmy wants, which is again different from that new gadget your boss can’t stop talking about. Gifts also depend on the holiday: Birthday’s, Christmas, Anniversary’s, Valentine’s Day, the list goes on and on…

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American Companies Expanding Overseas: Here’s What You Need to Know About Social Security and Benefits Costs

Dec 14, 2017 1:36:26 PM / by Darryl Davis posted in benefits

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American companies expand overseas for a variety of reasons: proximity to new clients, possibilities to achieve new efficiencies, promises for better support for existing clients. The ultimate drivers are found in countless variables such as sector, business model and maturity, among others. But regardless of the initial reasons, sooner or later, the comparative cost of labor among countries will come up. While questions that usually arise seem simple on the surface, getting to the right answers requires digging into the details and scratching the surface. One particularly influential aspect can be statutory and mandatory costs that employers may be obliged to pay for social security and other employee benefit plans.

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