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Talent and Rewards Breakthroughs Survey Series

Getting Compensation Right Survey

March 20, 2018

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Participate now in the Getting Compensation Right Survey. This global survey explores the current state of reward programs and how technological, social and legislative changes are shaping their future trajectory.

Getting Compensation Right is part of a larger Willis Towers Watson research initiative — Talent and Rewards Breakthroughs — a series of quarterly surveys that seek to discover the emerging trends and innovative practices required for human capital programs to remain relevant in today’s transformational times. The series includes the following short surveys:

The resulting insights – which will be available for each individual survey and ultimately, as integrated findings across all four – provide employers with a deeper understanding of today’s complex people challenges, and help uncover ways to deliver an impactful talent value proposition and improve business performance.

Getting Compensation Right Survey Details

The Getting Compensation Right Survey is fielding from March 21 to April 20, 2018 in the countries listed at the bottom of this page. The questionnaire is available in fourteen languages;* you may select your language on the survey homepage. The survey is intended primarily for HR, compensation, reward and Total Rewards professionals.

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Participation is free of charge. All qualified participants will receive complimentary summaries of key insights and findings when they are available.

* Certain languages will be made available on a rolling basis between March 21 and March 28, 2018.

Questions?

Contact Lisa Relle at lisa.relle@willistowerswatson.com.

Participating Countries

Asia Pacific Europe, Middle East, Africa Latin America North America
Australia
China
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Philippines
Taiwan
Thailand
Austria
Egypt
France
Franco-Africa
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Poland
Russia
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Spain
Switzerland
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Mexico
Canada
United States