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Making Sense of Reward Plans in a Volatile Economy

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Global organizations today are confronted with challenges to their reward programs and employee/executive value propositions that have direct implications for their equity programs. Despite the highest structural unemployment in key markets in years, companies are still having problems attracting and retaining critical-skill and high-performing employees and executives. It has become evident that there is a disconnect between the actual reasons high-potential candidates select a given company and the reasons that leaders think they do.
During this keynote address, John Bremen, Managing Director, Talent & Rewards at Towers Watson, and an internationally-acknowledged expert, will share insights on these issues and others that impact U.S.-based multi-nationals, as well as non-U.S. companies operating in North America. John will discuss common misperceptions regarding the reasons equity usage has changed across multi-nationals and the reasons for these misperceptions as well as offer his advice for companies as they deal with the increasing complexity in global equity design and administration.
Levels I, II and III.  Field of Study: Personnel/HR.

John Bremen, Towers Watson


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