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[IWS] Towers Watson: CHINA REPORT: EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: A HEADQUARTERS PERSPECTIVE [October 2014]
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2014 CURRENT AND EMERGING GLOBAL THEMES
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: A HEADQUARTERS PERSPECTIVE: CHINA REPORT [October 2014]
[full-text, 36 pages]
2014 Current and Emerging Global Benefits Themes: China Report
A Headquarters Perspective
AT A GLANCE
· As Chinese multinationals ramp up their global expansion, they are paying increasing attention to developing, managing and retaining global talent.
· Half of Chinese multinationals are at the initial stages of their global benefit management journey.
· Chinese multinationals need to consider taking steps to establish global approval processes, conduct benchmarking and maintain a structured benefit inventory.
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