Our latest Pensions Support Index (PSI), measures the level of support provided to the defined benefit (DB) pension schemes of the companies in the FTSE 350.
Executive pay is falling in real terms as 45% of chief executives receive no salary increase, says PwC research.
Businesses worldwide are looking to mobility to help them tap into fast growth markets and develop the global mindset today's business leaders need. Our survey looks at how organisations are dealing with the challenges modern mobility brings and what they are doing to strengthen their capabilities.
There is significant commercial advantage in using employee data to underpin both HR and wider business decisions; the challenge is being able to do this in a timely, manageable and insightful way.
Representing the structure and layers of your organisation visually, will facilitate decision making concerning strategic changes to your organisation design.
How are you ensuring the maximum performance and potential of each employee? It’s been proved that the usage of people analytics can help organisations to go maximise performance and unlock potential
Providing clear, useful people insights to the business?There are top issues that organisations may be facing with regards to people analytics. Is data being used in ways that would be relevant to business structure?
People have become accustomed to the ease, speed and intuition of the on-line shopping experience. They now want this in other aspects of their daily lives, including their interactions with HR. Organisations also want HR to inform workforce plans with the same rich data and analytics used in customer profiling and other forms of business intelligence.
In this paper we explore the results of the 2014 AGM season, analysing the voting outcomes for all FTSE100 AGMS and how the new regulations on the disclosure of executive remuneration have impacted remuneration policy.
This report looks towards 2022, exploring three different scenarios that could project the future 'worlds of work'.
There is an emerging consensus, at least in Western economies, that there is something deeply flawed about the current model of executive pay. But despite the increasing focus on the pay of executives, surprisingly little attention has been paid to perhaps the most important constituency: executives themselves. So we asked them what they think.
PwC has collaborated with Radley Yeldar (a communications consultancy) and CIMA for several years, aiming to challenge conventional thinking on corporate reporting. Together, we have just issued this latest guidance on executive remuneration reporting.
The equity compensation updates are focused on assisting our clients with strategy, design, implementation, administration, maintenance, and ongoing evaluation of domestic and international stock plans to ensure support of business objectives and recruiting and retention needs.
The Pensions Support Index measures the level of support provided to defined benefit schemes of companies in the FTSE 350.
A strategic and tailored approach to M&A integration makes all the difference to a deal success or failure.
Our new report 'The talent challenge: Adapting to growth', based on the findings from PwC's 17th Annual Global CEO Survey, is ready and will be launched globally on Tuesday 20 May 2014.
In this paper we explore the different trends that have had an impact on executive pay in the past and consider the implications for the future trajectory of executive reward.
HR shared services are an increasingly important element of your organisation’s business plan. By centralising, standardising and removing unnecessary costs from your HR processes you can create a far more efficient and productive function, delivering greater value.
Digital technology has transformed the scope, scale and potential of business over the last decade. And those that have harnessed its potential have achieved greater returns and higher engagement with their customers.
The narrowing wage gap between the UK and emerging economies such as China, India and the Philippines will have major implications for business.
The ‘new normal’ of weak economic growth and heightened volatility is redefining how CEOs should think about profitable growth. It’s still the biggest driver of value in a business – and although it’s becoming harder to achieve, there are significant opportunities that still haven’t been explored to their full potential.
Outlines how businesses can reduce cost strategically, the benefits and success stories.
To stay competitive and be successful, we’re helping companies remove complexity so they are able to adapt and change to new market opportunities and operate at a lower cost. This viewpoint paper explores the challenges facing organisations today, gives an overview of our approach and the benefits of removing complexity.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has released their legislation on executive pay. Clearer details have been given around what companies and remuneration committees will be expected to report on regarding executive directors’ remuneration.
Creating an environment where your employees thrive can be a differentiator for your business. Do you know what the people you want are looking for and what will make them stay?
Outlines how businesses can improve their value chain and operating model, the benefits and success stories.
The increasing complexity of global immigration legislation has led to distinct challenges for organisations whose employees are globally mobile. We look at how to remove the barriers to mobility.
Today’s children are already full acclimatised to using technology as part of their everyday lives. How will this tech-savvy Generation Z transfer to the workplace and how will they choose to communicate?
The results of our executive pay survey look at remuneration trends for 2013 in the face of reward regulation and mounting pressure from shareholders, Government and the public.
Predicting pharma’s future trends and the decisions companies need to make to capitalise on the opportunities