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    Organizations Can Boost Employee Engagement with the Right Mix of Rewards

    Join Willis Human Capital Practice to Learn About Designing an Effective Total Rewards Program

    NEW YORK - Willis North America’s Human Capital Practice, a unit of Willis Group Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: WSH) announced today a series of full-day seminars to help organizations design an effective Total Rewards program to boost employee engagement and drive business results.

    Attracting and retaining top talent while creating a high level of employee engagement is critical to an organization’s success. Employees are being asked to do more with less, and many have become discouraged and disengaged at a time when organizations need every associate at peak performance. With an effective Total Rewards program, employers can improve the health and productivity of their workforce, boost employee engagement, and attract and retain top talent.

    This full-day seminar features leading experts in strategic human resources, health and productivity, legal and compliance, employee communications and analytics. The audience includes chief financial officers, human resources executives and benefit managers.

    Attract, Engage, Reward! Building Employee Engagement Through an Effective
    Total Rewards Program

     March 30  Philadelphia  The Philadelphia Country Club 9 AM – 4 PM
     March 31  Metro D.C.  W Hotel Washington D.C. 9 AM – 4 PM
     April 20  Los Angeles  The Jonathan Club 9 AM – 4 PM
     April 21  Phoenix  Phoenix Ritz Carlton 9 AM – 4 PM
     April 28  Dallas  The Addison Conference Center 9 AM – 4 PM
     May 11  Columbus  The Fawcett Center 9 AM – 4 PM
     May 12  Chicago  The Palmer House Hilton 9 AM – 4 PM

    “A Total Rewards strategy that understands the common links between health and employee engagement programs will pay hard and soft dollar dividends,” said Michael Barton, Chairman Willis Human Capital Practice. “Hard dollar dividends are increased productivity measuring thousands of dollars per employee per year; while soft dollar dividends are increased associate loyalty, service quality and innovation translating into greater firm growth, earnings and margin,” he said.

    Willis’ Human Capital Practice provides innovative solutions to help organizations manage their human capital investment beyond employee benefits. The industry leading practice offers teams of experts specializing in customized employer solutions including best in market insurance programs, Total Rewards consulting, turnkey wellness programs, and consultation on legislative and compliance issues.

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