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Total Rewards (what is total rewards?)

Increasing Wellness Through Financial Incentives
July 31, 2015
The least healthy employees only seek wellness programs if there's money involved, research shows. So what's the return on investment for companies that spend more getting buy in from their employees improving their health?
Health Savings Account Balances Up
July 31, 2015
As the consumer-driven health plan becomes more popular, the savings rates in those accounts are going up — but there's still many who aren't sure what they're all about, health professionals say.
Uncertainty Drives 'Dream Job' Deferment
July 29, 2015
3 out of 4 workers want to change careers. So what's stopping them from pursuing their ideal line of work and what can employers to do keep them engaged?

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Compensation (what is compensation?)

Nearly Half of the U.S. Workforce Will Be Job-Hopping Millennials by 2020
July 22, 2015
Despite it looking bad on the resume, Baby Boomers' children are OK with risk and don't mind switching jobs every 3 years. "Social media freedom" is more important than pay, too.
Financial Services Firms Putting More Nonfinancial Performance Metrics Into Exec Pay Programs
July 8, 2015
Market conditions are causing financial services companies to change bonus malus and clawback conditions, strengthen the link between performance and pay, and increase the use of nonfinancial measures.
One-Third of U.S. Companies Expect to Fundamentally Change Pay-for-Performance Disclosures
June 25, 2015
The majority of companies likely will provide additional information and analysis that go beyond what the propose rules will require.

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Benefits (what are benefits?)

Increasing Wellness Through Financial Incentives
July 31, 2015
The least healthy employees only seek wellness programs if there's money involved, research shows. So what's the return on investment for companies that spend more getting buy in from their employees improving their health?
Health Savings Account Balances Up
July 31, 2015
As the consumer-driven health plan becomes more popular, the savings rates in those accounts are going up — but there's still many who aren't sure what they're all about, health professionals say.
Uncertainty Drives 'Dream Job' Deferment
July 29, 2015
3 out of 4 workers want to change careers. So what's stopping them from pursuing their ideal line of work and what can employers to do keep them engaged?

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Work-Life (what is work-life?)

Uncertainty Drives 'Dream Job' Deferment
July 29, 2015
3 out of 4 workers want to change careers. So what's stopping them from pursuing their ideal line of work and what can employers to do keep them engaged?
Survey: Workers Willingly Take It Home
July 29, 2015
Checking emails at the dinner table. Taking calls from the couch. Logging in on the laptop from bed. Working away from the office is becoming something the majority of workers actually want and prefer.
Nearly Half of the U.S. Workforce Will Be Job-Hopping Millennials by 2020
July 22, 2015
Despite it looking bad on the resume, Baby Boomers' children are OK with risk and don't mind switching jobs every 3 years. "Social media freedom" is more important than pay, too.

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Canada

Switzerland Top Spot for Overall Quality of Life for Expats
October 27, 2014
Canada is home to the highest proportion of expat retirees in the world while expats in the U.S. cite the educational system and a mature economy as highlights of living in the U.S.Canada is home to the highest proportion of expat retirees in the world while expats in the U.S. cite the educational system and a mature economy as highlights of living in the U.S.
Health the No. 1 Reason Canadians Can't Retire When Planned
October 23, 2014
70% of retired Canadians did not stop working on the date they planned and 41% of those cited personal health as the primary reason for retiring earlier.
Less than Half of Working Age Canadians have a Workplace Retirement Plan
October 16, 2014
66% of Canadians with workplace retirement plans are likely to keep the investments within their employer plan and begin to draw an income when they retire rather than transfer the assets to another financial institution.

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Global

UK Pay Growth Set to Stabilize in the Year Ahead
April 29, 2015
Across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, pay growth is being driven by factors such as the competition for talent, economic growth expectations and the shifting weight of base salary.
Focus on Talent Development Correlates with Company Financial Performance
April 23, 2015
HR has the opportunity to find, support and drive the talent that ultimately leads to greater financial success.
Only 1 in 10 Employees Define Success at Work as 'High Performance'
April 23, 2015
Talent shortages for in-demand skills persist and have caused HR departments worldwide to rethink how they develop and motivate individuals to meet performance goals.

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HR Profession

Mindset and Attitude: Most Important Factors in Business Performance, Career Success
May 26, 2015
Though executives consider mindset/attitude the most important factors for the success of great leaders, these same executives cite shortcomings in mindset/attitude as the factor inhibiting people from advancing.
Assessing 'Readiness' Critical to Achieving a Robust Leadership Pipeline, But There Are Few 'Ready Now' Candidates
May 13, 2015
Less than one-third of business leaders believe their organizations are doing a good enough job of cultivating "ready now" leaders.
Future Leadership Is the Top Priority for Execs When Hiring College Recruits
May 4, 2015
54% of executives say college recruiting efforts are designed with an eye to the future, while "supporting the company's immediate operational needs" and "building the business/corporate capabilities" trail.

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