“Most companies say that understanding of and engagement with benefits is extremely or very important, yet the majority don’t put into practice communication techniques that could help programmes get better results through behaviour change.
Published: 13 July 2019
Nearly a fifth (19 percent) of UK adults are unhappy in their job. When it comes to general job happiness, 71 percent of Americans are mostly happy, compared to 70 percent of Germans, 65 percent of employees in the UK, and 54 percent of the French.
Published: 14 May 2019
“The first few weeks of the New Year sees a significant upturn in the number of job listings, to coincide with the spike in new job-hunters who, after taking the holidays to re-evaluate their employment and levels of job satisfaction, have decided on a fresh start,” said Mark Ramsook, of Willis Towers Watson Health and Benefits.
Published: 21 January 2019
Aon’s Benefits and Trends Survey, now in its ninth year, is formed from the responses of over 200 employers of all sizes, from less than 100 employees to many thousands, who work across a broad range of sectors, with 75 percent of them working internationally.
Published: 12 January 2019
Senior HR professionals identify transactional benefits of linking systems, but overlook potential impact on organisational performance. While senior UK HR leaders are cognisant of the transactional benefits of integrating HR systems with other L&D and business systems, many organisations are missing on the enhanced strategic performance.
Published: 14 June 2018
Only 40% of UK workers appreciate the benefits they receive from their employer, new research has revealed. Despite just two fifths of the employees saying their benefits meet their needs, almost 61% of employers believe employees are happy with their benefits package, according to Willis Towers Watson’s Benefit Preferences report, part of its Global Benefits Attitudes Study.
Published: 18 April 2018