New research shows that improved benefits lead to a significant boost in employee engagement.
Technological, political, social and economic developments are pulling at the fabric of what it means to be global and what it means to govern, to lead, and to succeed. We have an opportunity to help drive a new shared narrative for our future — a less-divided one that will improve the state of our world.
Davos Daily - Monday, 22 January, 2018
A message from our Chief Marketing Officer
We’re excited to be in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting (#WEF18) and are looking forward to joining innovators, leaders and visionaries as we explore this year’s theme – Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.
In the video immediately below, I invite you to hear from Mercer CEO, Julio Portalatin on the important conversations Mercer is leading. Please also take a moment to view Mercer Global Leaders, Pat Milligan and Renee McGowan preview two exciting sessions they’re leading: When Women Thrive, Businesses and Societies Thrive: Opportunity into Action and Healthy, Wealthy and Work-wise: New Imperatives for Financial Security.
As Mercer’s Global Chief Marketing Officer, I’m committed to bringing top conversations, insights and information to our clients, partners and colleagues. Please return each day for up to date content and noteworthy happenings from Davos.
Live from Davos – Mercer Private Executive Briefings
Mercer CEO Julio Portalatin and fellow global executives, Pat Milligan and Renée McGowan, will lead future focused discussions that explore new approaches to closing the gender and long-term savings gaps.
Turning Opportunity into Action
2017 headlines prove that people talk the talk, but are not walking the walk. Data, facts and talk are not moving the needle – in fact the economic gender gap has widened to 217 years. Leaders and organizations must ask themselves, "Are we making progress or noise?"
New Imperatives for Financial Security
Join us to explore what leaders believe will be the biggest advancements impacting how people live, work and save – including structural and technological changes needed to address the financial security gap of at risk segments.
When will Women Thrive? Are we making progress or creating an echo chamber?
CEO Julio Portalatin discusses what increasing life expectancy means for the world's retirement systems.
By Stephanie Lane. Leading the World Economic Forum’s global retirement investment systems reform project.
By Renee McGowan. Published on 10 January on WEF.org as part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.