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Global Total Rewards: Balancing Employer and Employee Priorities

Global Total Rewards: Balancing Employer and Employee Priorities
Product Code - INAU01
Speaker(s): Laura Sejen, Managing Director and Global Practice Leader for Rewards at Towers Watson
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The demand for the right talent is as strong as ever, and the stakes for attracting, keeping and engaging that talent are high. Not in recent history have we seen such rapid movement in economies and workforce demand and availability.

Even as organizations continue to rein in operational costs, many push expectations for employee and financial performance ever higher. As a result, the workforce is often providing greater efforts without the promise of greater rewards–a result that can have implications for many elements of a company’s performance.

Join Laura Sejen, Global Practice Leader, Rewards, at Towers Watson, for an in-depth look at attraction, retention, and engagement issues through the lens of Towers Watson’s Global Talent Management and Rewards Study. The current study, which surveyed more than 1,600 employers globally:

•Examines what organizations can do about challenges in attracting and retaining the high-potential and critically-skilled employees needed to increase global competitiveness
•Explores the lack of connection between employer and employee drivers of attraction, retention and engagement, and strategic steps to take for addressing these disconnects
•Discusses why the employee value proposition, or EVP, is a critical tool in creating the right balance between employee preferences and employer needs, leading to stronger overall performance and improved financial outcomes.

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Laura Sejen, Managing Director and Global Practice Leader for Rewards at Towers Watson

Laura Sejen is Managing Director and Global Practice Leader for Rewards at Towers Watson. She works with clients to ensure their reward and talent management programs align with and support the achievement of their strategic business objectives. She has over twenty-five years of experience in reward plan design and delivery, including organization analysis; job leveling and base compensation design; market analysis including custom market surveys; annual incentives; sales incentives; recognition programs; performance management and the design of career development and competency programs. Her work with clients often focuses on total rewards and global reward design and implementation.

Ms. Sejen holds a Master's degree from Harvard University. She has a B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University. She is a member of World at Work (formerly the American Compensation Association). She is a frequent speaker and is frequently quoted in the press on total rewards and compensation topics.