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Create the EVP that secures key employees

Create the EVP that secures key employees

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The war for talent is in full swing and Life sciences organizations are aiming to improve their Employee Value proposition to ensure that they are able to attract the right staff at the right time with the right combination of rewards and offerings. With return to work and new ways of working featuring more heavily on the C-Suites agenda, Life Sciences organizations want to ensure that the benefits they offer, and the culture of the organization can compete with other industries for talent. Let Mercer help you find the data and insights you need to ensure your compensation strategies and employee value propositions are aligned for success.

Evaluating your pay strategy

Whether looking to revamp your sales incentives, tweak your total rewards strategy, or pinpoint market data for new jobs in your space, Mercer has data to help. Our insights into the life sciences industry will allow you to easily assess your current level of pay versus the labor market as well as identify opportunities for adjusting incentives.

Listening to your people

Employee engagement is key to leading with empathy, which is a top concern for employers, according to Mercer’s Global Talent Trends report. But employee engagement is not a one-size-fits-all approach. And, deploying an engagement survey is not your only option. Take a look at engagement tools that can help you get the best out of your brightest by listening to your employees.

Refreshing your policies

Do your policies and practices need a refresh to better support the way you work today? Mercer’s reports cover that and more, such as relocation, compensation administration, paid time off and benefits and perks. All go into creating an employee value proposition that supports your talent strategy. Find the information you need today.

Making tough decisions

When making difficult choices related to layoffs, furloughs and hours-cuts, it’s important to remember that how your organization treats departing employees has a lasting impact on your employer brand. Get the tools you need to handle these tough decisions gracefully and be conscientious of your impacted employees’ well-being.