Presented By:Laura Sejen, Mike Patrick | Webcast Aired: December 12, 2012
Economic instability. Shifting talent pipelines. Change fatigue. Growing pressure on pay and benefits. More hours, more stress, more responsibility.
Today's workforce has been doing more with less — and for less — for years now, and that reality doesn't seem likely to change soon. How have these forces altered the mindset of the workforce and, in turn, the challenges organizations face in attracting, retaining and motivating talent to meet ever-more-demanding performance expectations?
To understand the implications of these converging forces, Towers Watson conducted two landmark studies: the 2012 Global Workforce Study, which examines the attitudes and concerns of more than 32,000 employees around the globe, and the 2012-2013 Global Talent Management and Rewards Study, which examines programmatic and strategic practices of more than 1,600 organizations across four global regions.
In this HCI Webcast, you’ll join Laury Sejen, Towers Watson’s Global Practice Leader for Rewards, as she explores the key findings, including what matters to employees today – and what can help organizations drive higher levels of sustainable engagement and performance going forward.
A look at the changing world of work and key trends in both employee and employer perspectives
Key drivers of “Sustainable Engagement” and how to ensure that workers have what they need to drive healthier financial results
How an effective employee value proposition (EVP) helps organizations attract and retain high-performing employees