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Webinar Start Time: 12 p.m., ET
Today's investors, boards and senior business leaders are driving superior results for their organizations by focusing on sustainable human capital practices that combine human capital strategy, healthy company culture and a differentiated Talent Value Proposition to create a superior talent experience. Key elements include: alignment between human capital strategy and business strategy; a culture that promotes workplace dignity; a talent value proposition focused on purpose, people, work and Total Rewards; a modernized Total Rewards portfolio that includes pay, benefits, careers and wellbeing; and the adoption of sustainable human capital metrics.
In this session, learn why achieving sustainable human capital is a critical part of today's business strategy; how it is helping organizations improve the overall wellbeing, engagement, and productivity of talent; and what organizations can do to track their progress toward a superior talent experience and operational excellence through the use of sustainable human capital measures.
SPEAKERS:John Bremen is a recognized global business leader, C-suite and board consultant, and thought leader on the future of human capital, purpose-driven organizations, and the modernization of human resources and Total Rewards programs. He serves as Managing Director, Human Capital & Benefits, as well as global co-leader of Health & Benefits.
Amy DeVylder Levanat is a Director in Willis Towers Watson’s Human Capital & Benefits segment, and is co-founder of Willis Towers Watson’s CHRO Thinking Ahead Group – a forum for innovative, disruptive, and early-adopter CHROs to share findings, conduct research, and prioritize and collaborate on topics that are driving their global human capital business agenda.
Laura Sejen is a Managing Director in Willis Towers Watson’s Human Capital and Benefits segment and serves on its global leadership team. Based in New York, she works with clients to ensure their global 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 global rewards strategy, plan design and delivery.
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