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About TOWERS WATSON

In today's economy, you need advisors with a breadth of skills and expertise, with insights into your specific business issues, who can work with you to develop the right solutions. Towers Watson brings together broader perspectives on people, risk and financial issues to help organizations build a clear path to improved business performance. With 14,000 associates around the world, Towers Watson offers solutions in the areas of employee benefits, talent management, rewards, and risk and capital management. As the largest executive compensation consultancy both in the U.S. and worldwide, Towers Watson knows what drives business success in countries around the globe. Whether you're concerned about say on pay in the U.S., attracting top talent in China, or need an executive compensation package for a new business unit leader in Dubai, Towers Watson is ready to help.

LATEST BLOG ENTRIES

 

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) has finalized changes to its auditing standards that will require auditors to consider the need to review the compensation programs of executive officers to identify and assess the extent to which they create risks that company financials would be misstated.

Steve Seelig and Bill Kalten

 

 Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) just released its annual policy survey to obtain feedback from institutional investors, corporate issuers and others on possible changes to the proxy advisor’s voting policies for 2015.

Brian Myers and Josh Steinfeld

 

To understand how top-performing companies address the challenges inherent in designing effective executive compensation programs, Towers Watson recently completed an in-depth study of practices among what we’ve defined as enduring high-performing companies. We wanted to understand if they approach executive compensation differently from other companies.  The short answer is that they do, and in sometimes surprising ways.  

Melissa Costa and Todd Lippincott