Most companies widely regarded as the best have built and communicated a strong internal and external employment brand around their success. The 2017 Human Capital Insights Report helps prepare organizations to compete as a destination employer, with data-driven insights from Gallagher thought leaders on how to attract and engage top talent, control healthcare costs, improve employee total wellbeing and manage risk.
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Bill Ziebell discusses how four interdependent elements of an integrated compensation and benefits strategy work together to help employers get continued high performance from their workforce, without incurring prohibitively higher costs.
Chuck Reynolds and Stephanie Bauman describe a process for using insights from best-in-class and best-of-the-best research to map a well-defined path to becoming a destination employer.
Chris Rataczyk provides perspective on the importance of an objective pay program in building the foundation for a destination-employer workplace. He examines pay equity implications and how to identify pay equity gaps and opportunities.
David Rowlee and Chris Dustin discuss why it’s important for employers to identify and evaluate key drivers of employee engagement each year. They also examine key drivers common among many employers today — including their employees’ perception of strong senior leadership, confidence in having pathways to learn and grow within their organization, and sense of fair compensation.
Kent Lonsdale and Joe Milano describe three key steps employers can take to build a strong, sustainable workplace culture — including knowing what makes their culture unique, acting on feedback and focusing on key components.
Rebecca Starr highlights the importance for employers of effectively communicating the value of working at their organization, customizing a search and selection process that’s powered by the right technology, and managing compliance risk.
The Best-in-Class Benchmarking Analysis for large employers (1,000 or more full-time employees) offers insights into key characteristics that distinguish high performers from their peers. Comparisons focus on tactics for containing healthcare costs and managing the workforce to drive results.
The Best-in-Class Benchmarking Analysis for midsize employers (100-999 full-time employees) offers insights into key characteristics that distinguish high performers from their peers. Comparisons focus on tactics for containing healthcare costs and managing the workforce to drive results.
Top-performing organizations successfully contain healthcare costs and manage their workforce to drive results. Expand your competitive horizons by exploring the best-in-class tactics of large employers (1,000 or more full-time employees).