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Total Rewards (what is total rewards?)

R.I.P. 40-Hour Work Week
July 22, 2014
88% of workers report working more than 40 hours per week, while 71% said they take work home at least one day per week.
Majority of Canadian Boomers Have Not Discussed Retirement with Spouses or Partners
July 22, 2014
Men and women have very different ideas about how to spend their post-career years.
Women Feel Less Confident in Ability to Save and Invest
July 21, 2014
Despite uncertainty, women are not seeking help to meet long-term and retirement goals.

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Compensation (what is compensation?)

Cash Comp for S&P 500 CEOs Up 5% in 2013
July 16, 2014
A slower growth rate in base salaries for CEOs indicates that boards are shifting to performance-based vehicles.
African, European and Asian Cities Most Expensive for Expatriates
July 11, 2014
New York is the most expensive city in the United States; Winston Salem is the cheapest.
India, China and Brazil Lead in Planned Pay Increases; U.S. Pay Increase Budgets Continue Slow Growth
July 8, 2014
Preliminary data from WorldatWork's 41st annual salary budget survey shows that India, China and Brazil are projected to have the highest salary budget increases, retaining their position as having the largest increases since the association expanded its data collection two years ago.

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Benefits (what are benefits?)

Majority of Canadian Boomers Have Not Discussed Retirement with Spouses or Partners
July 22, 2014
Men and women have very different ideas about how to spend their post-career years.
Women Feel Less Confident in Ability to Save and Invest
July 21, 2014
Despite uncertainty, women are not seeking help to meet long-term and retirement goals.
More Than Half of Retirement Plan Participants Favor Automatic Annual Increases
July 16, 2014
Financial priorities ranging from paying off debt to saving for college are competing with retirement account contributions.

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Work-Life (what is work-life?)

R.I.P. 40-Hour Work Week
July 22, 2014
88% of workers report working more than 40 hours per week, while 71% said they take work home at least one day per week.
Employer-Offered Financial & Compensation Benefits Decreasing
July 14, 2014
Employer-provided financial and compensation benefits, such as flexible spending accounts, tuition assistance and incentive bonus plans, are decreasing.
Majority of Americans Favor Flexible Workplace Policies
June 27, 2014
Half of working parents have passed up a job which would conflict with family obligations, but two-thirds of workers feel employers are making gains in offering flexibility.

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Canada

Majority of Canadian Boomers Have Not Discussed Retirement with Spouses or Partners
July 22, 2014
Men and women have very different ideas about how to spend their post-career years.
Trips and Emergency Funds Top the List of Savings Goals for Canadians
July 9, 2014
While the majority are saving for something other than retirement, few have a structured plan to save towards those goals.
Cost of "Boomer Sandwich" Generation May Impact Canadians' Retirement Cash
June 30, 2014
Younger boomers are feeling the "sandwich squeeze" the most.

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Global

More Than 1 in 4 United Kingdom Employees Fear Losing Their Job in the Next 6 Months
July 21, 2014
With lay off fears rising, more than half of employees believe their company's business outlook will remain the same in next six months.
United States, United Kingdom, Canada Dominate Competition for Global Talent
July 16, 2014
As global economic leaders and major migration centers, the United States, United Kingdom and Canada receive the greatest mix of job seekers from other countries, followed closely by India.
Job Seekers Prefer Professional Fulfillment Over Cool Offices and Brands
July 11, 2014
Most job seekers are excited by the opportunity to work in an industry they are passionate about, or the opportunity to work with people they professionally admire.

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HR Profession

United States, United Kingdom, Canada Dominate Competition for Global Talent
July 16, 2014
As global economic leaders and major migration centers, the United States, United Kingdom and Canada receive the greatest mix of job seekers from other countries, followed closely by India.
Companies Using Advanced Workforce Analytics Report Outperforming Competitors.jsp
August 28, 2013
Organizations that invest in workforce analytics to drive talent decisions and development see significantly better business results than those that don't.
American Workers Seek Reinvention of Performance Reviews
August 28, 2013
Many U.S. workers believe their ongoing achievements are not fully captured by today's traditional annual performance appraisals.

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