2014 Global Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey
Employers around the world continue to prioritize talent – finding it, motivating it, and retaining it
Actuarial, Rewards & Analytics
Business by the numbers
Business by the numbers. It’s a way to take control and make informed decisions despite the often VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) environment around us. Huge strides in the science of analytics are making it possible to not only unlock the insights buried in massive amounts of internal and external data, but put them to work in running your business.
Our Actuarial, Rewards & Analytics services
We work with some of the world’s leading organizations to bring their approach to advanced analytics and risk in line with market realities. Building on our experience in risk quantification and modeling, we have developed analytic capabilities that extend into all parts of the business, helping our clients better understand their customers, optimize pricing, reduce operating costs and drive high performance through effective employee compensation, benefits and rewards. From actuarial, financial and insurance analysis to operations and information systems to data mining and predictive modeling, we can help you in your efforts to grow your top line, proactively manage risk and maintain a healthy bottom line.
- Employer Health
- Compensation Strategies
- M&A Services
- Retirement & Risk Solutions
- Retirement Providers
Advanced Analytics & Modeling
- Advanced analytics services
- Analytics tools and solutions
- Health Actuarial
- Life Actuarial
- P&C Actuarial
- Risk, Insurance and Claims
Hierarchical organizational models aren’t just being turned upside down—they’re being deconstructed from the inside out. Businesses are reinventing themselves to operate as networks of teams to keep pace with the challenges of a fluid, unpredictable world.
Employee engagement and retention today means understanding an empowered workforce’s desire for flexibility, creativity, and purpose. Under the evolving social contract between employer and employee, workers become “volunteers” to be reengaged and re-recruited each day.
Good news: This year’s Global Human Capital Trends survey shows an improvement in the HR organization’s skills, business alignment, and ability to innovate. But as companies change the way they are organized, they must embrace the changing role of HR as well.