talent Infographics

Reimagining Rewards

The way companies think about rewards is undergoing a fundamental shift. As societal norms and business models continue to evolve, our clients are quickly discovering they need to change both the design and delivery of rewards programs. At Aon, we’re facilitating this change by empowering clients to forge a new path forward in rewards― one designed around themes of flexibility, transparency, pay equity and compelling career paths and experiences for employees.

Published: February 2020
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Develop an Agile Mindset in Your Workforce

How ready is your organization to compete in a fast-paced, digitally enabled world? Do you have the structures in place to respond to this rapidly evolving business environment or is your organization tied down by rigid policies and outdated processes? Here are five steps to take to create an agile, digitally ready workforce.

Published: December 2019
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New business challenges are shifting talent demands. Is your business ready to meet them?

The digital age is forcing companies in every sector to compete for a finite group of key technical, creative and business talent, and it’s changing what they require of talent, as well as what talent requires of them.

Published: June 2019
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What Drives Culture at Technology Companies

Technology companies get a lot of press for the unique cultures they create. And whether those cultures are laid-back and easygoing or hard-charging and results-focused, technology firms know how critical it is to have strong cultures and missions. Survey responses from the 2018 Radford Talent Pulse Survey indicate “innovation” tops the list of words used to describe company cultures in the sector, and managerial roles are key when it comes to reinforcing cultural values and driving culturally-congruent behaviors.

Published: May 2018
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What Drives Culture at Life Sciences Companies

Most people think life sciences companies have it easy when it comes to company culture. However, innovation and improving lives are not enough of a mission to set your company apart in an increasingly competitive industry. Survey responses from the 2018 Radford Talent Pulse Survey highlight the importance of being action-oriented, growth-focused and transparent to create a compelling employee value proposition.

Published: May 2018
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Shifting Your Talent Mindset to Create a Winning Culture

Although compensation remains a powerful tool in the total rewards arsenal, money only goes so far when it comes to creating an employee value proposition that keeps talent engaged via a compelling corporate culture. Our new infographic explores some shifts you can make to create a winning culture regardless of your compensation budget.

Published: April 2018
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When it Comes to Creating a Compelling Culture, Effective Leadership Communication Matters

While it takes an entire organization to cultivate and maintain culture, nearly 9 in 10 life sciences companies say the tone at the top is critical to driving culture. Up next are middle managers, who are often most responsible for making pay decisions, distributing recognition and communicating change to employees.

Published: September 2017
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Don’t Keep Your High-Potentials in the Dark; Consider Letting Them Know How Valuable They Are

Identifying high-potentials and communicating their status can be an important retention and leadership training strategy. However, only one-in-five life sciences companies currently disclose high-potential status to their employees. The rest could be missing out on an easy way to bolster engagement, retention and participation in leadership development programs.

Published: September 2017
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When it Comes to Creating a Compelling Culture, Effective Leadership Communication Matters

While it takes an entire organization to cultivate and maintain culture, nearly 9 in 10 technology companies say the tone at the top is critical to driving culture. Up next are middle managers, who are often most responsible for making pay decisions, distributing recognition and communicating change to employees.

Published: August 2017
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Don’t Keep Your High-Potentials in the Dark; Consider Letting Them Know How Valuable They Are

Identifying high-potentials and communicating their status can be an important retention and leadership training strategy. However, only one-in-four technology companies currently disclose high-potential status to their employees. The rest could be missing out on an easy way to bolster engagement, retention and participation in leadership development programs.

Published: August 2017
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Technology Sector Employee Engagement & Recognition Practices

Recognition is a key driver of employee engagement, but as the pace of business continues to accelerate, more companies are starting to supplement traditional top-down, cash-based programs (which are still highly valued) with more frequent opportunities for peer-to-peer recognition. 

Published: March 2017
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What Drives Corporate Culture?

It takes an entire organization to drive and cultivate a unique company culture. At technology and life sciences companies, out data shows the enormous influence that communication at the top leadership and middle management levels has on shaping culture.

Published: October 2016
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Promotion Practices & Budgets

What percentage of your staff will you promote this year? And when you do hand out those coveted promotions, what sort of raises should your employees expect to receive? Our latest infographic explores how technology and life sciences companies answered these questions.

Published: August 2016
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