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Executive Retirement Benefits: Survey of Executive Retirement Benefit Practices — Benefits Data Source
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+ On average, executive benefit plans deliver an additional 5% to 7% of earnings in annual retirement income to a mid-level executive.
*Reblogged from http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Insights/IC-Types/Ad-hoc-Point-of-View/2014/01/talent-unleashed-preparing-your-hr-data-house-for-the-next-10-years
Talent Unleashed: Preparing Your HR Data House for the Next 10 Years
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It’s little surprise Canadian pension sponsors are annuitizing their pension obligations in record numbers. According to research from Towers Watson, 2013 saw an unprecedented surge in pension buy-outs vis-à-vis annuity purchases to the tune of $2.2-billion — $1.3-billion of which took place in the last quarter of the year. 974 more words
Is 75 the new 65? Rising to the challenge of an ageing workforce
Source: Towers Watson
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+ By 2020, managing an ageing workforce moves up the HR agenda, from just the number seven issue for today, to a top three concern for survey respondents.