Aon Hewitt recently conducted a survey of 750 organizations to gather data about current and future direction of Total Rewards programs. Survey results confirm that many business leaders and HR practitioners believe that when total rewards are properly aligned, designed, and delivered, the impact on individual engagement and organizational performance can be significant.
And yet, Total Rewards programs do not seem to live up to their potential. Consider that 60% of companies surveyed described their engagement levels as low, and two-thirds responded that the trend in engagement is holding steady or trending downward. The results of the survey, and our analysis of high-performing organizations, point the way toward some of the initial steps and even some of the more advanced actions that employers can take to improve the value they are getting on their total rewards spend.
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