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Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software

Future-oriented total compensation management starts with Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software. Our market-leading software brings together interactive compensation data, job leveling and compensation analytics and design, so you can create a pay-for-performance culture that attracts and rewards the best employees and improves their engagement and retention.

Inadequate technology can make complex pay decisions even more challenging

Companies need intuitive technology, data, and analytics to reduce complexity and support decision making when designing and managing compensation programs. Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software helps you see the big picture, drill into the details, answer a range of strategic questions around competitive compensation and, perhaps most importantly, take action.

How can I better understand where the talent market is heading and how my organization stacks up?

Precise benchmarking

Efficiently assess competitive compensation levels for all of your benchmark jobs; analyze and interpret multiple sources of compensation survey data; and ensure you are paying the right amount for top talent.

How can I use insights and market data to design innovative compensation programs that help my organization compete for top talent?

Innovative program design capabilities

Leverage the intersection of competitive market data and the results of your internal approach to job leveling to design competitive compensation structures for your organization. Model potential cost implications of new or modified designs and conduct merit increase analyses to facilitate compensation planning.

How can I provide the best insight to leaders to help enable better decision making?

Powerful analytics and reporting

Visualize compensation data from multiple dimensions to identify opportunities in the organization and in the labor market. Develop management-ready reports that enable leaders to quickly obtain the insights they need to make smart compensation decisions.

How can I best leverage my compensation data to gain perspective about trends and best practices?

Cutting-edge compensation data

Access and manage leading compensation survey data from Willis Towers Watson and integrate and manage all of your survey sources and survey matches on an annual basis.

How can I balance the relative value of jobs across my organization with the need to remain externally competitive?

Internal job leveling

Organize/level jobs internally using a common methodology to ensure consistency across your organization and alignment to the external market. Combine competitive market data with your job leveling results to support the design and governance of a consistent, relevant and defensible career framework.

Getting compensation right is hard. We make it easy.

Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software supports you throughout the year as you develop and design an effective compensation strategy. From job evaluation to survey submission, and everything in between, we bring a powerful combination of market leading data, enterprise strength technology and industry expertise to your pay programs giving you everything you need to get compensation right for your organization.

Come explore the Willis Towers Watson difference.

Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software Demo Video

Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software helps global companies design, build and manage an effective compensation structure that places total compensation within the context of performance, market benchmarks and systemwide equity

Get To Know Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software

In this video, David Hargrave, Director, Rewards describes how Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software can improve organizational effectiveness by automating and streamlining the annual compensation process.

Discover Data Interactive

We continue to integrate our exceptional survey reports into Data Interactive, a feature set of Willis Towers Watson Compensation Software, culminating with the transition of our North American reports in 2019.

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