The goal of the ten-minute survey is to provide its participants with information to help drive improvements in key executive rewards, retention, and productivity. As leading organizations move forward in an uncertain and competitive environment, organizations are facing new challenges on the key areas of attracting, retaining, rewarding, and motivating talent. To further complicate the issue, employers face unusual circumstances today, including retiring baby boomers and an influx of Generation Y into the marketplace. Knowing which benefits to offer and what an organization can affordably provide can mean the difference between operational success and failure.
“We have seen the complex issues that organizations face with their key talent and executive management team when it comes to retention, in both Fortune 1000 and middle market sectors,” said Marisa Angelou, Director of Research at Executive Benefits Survey. “A comprehensive benefits strategy has never been more important or challenging. We look forward to analyzing the national data results from this survey and providing the survey participants with the results later this year.”
CFOs, CEOs, and HR professionals at leading organizations will find the survey results of particular value. Executive Benefits Survey invites companies to participate in the complimentary survey by clicking on this link:
All survey participants will receive a free copy of the published results in the Executive Benefits Survey Report. Executive Benefits Survey believes that its study will help leading organizations to better position themselves as an industry competitor as well as achieve financial and operational success.
ABOUT EXECUTIVE BENEFITS SURVEY
Executive Benefits Survey is a research organization dedicated to researching the trends of executive benefits programs and their use to improve corporate performance at leading organizations. Our work is independently produced by a team of research analysts with significant expertise in big data, analysis, and industry surveys, having spent their careers in Big 4 accounting firms, global consulting firms, and Fortune 1000 companies. The Executive Benefits Survey is completely objective and unbiased.
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