New Mercer research yields surprising new findings about what helps increase gender diversity in organizations — and what impedes it. Learn more.
While no single region dominates when it comes to expatriate living expenses, two African cities top the list of the world’s most expensive cities for expatriates.
Most North American employers believe that managing critical talent is essential to success, but few say their programs for managing it are extremely effective.
Duncan Smithson, a partner in Mercer’s Mergers & Acquisitions consulting business, recently coauthored an article on workforce analytics.
Manager search activity remains buoyant globally as investors seek to allocate away from traditional equity and fixed income mandates
Lasting Legacy: Impact of the Financial Crisis on Employment in Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain
One of the more troubling trends in the workplace is the growing number of older employees in the US who are finding that they have not saved enough to retire and live comfortably for the rest of their lives.
Executive remuneration disclosure is a topic that captures attention around the world.
Although the employer shared responsibility provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the US were delayed until 2015, several key elements of the new law went into effect in 2014, most notably the opening of the public health exchanges
The world’s oil and gas industry is in the midst of a talent crisis and needs to find alternatives to poaching from competitors, according to new research from Mercer’s Energy Consulting business.
Workers in Europe enjoy much more paid time off, as mandated by law, than employees in any other part of the world, according to Mercer’s latest Worldwide Benefit and Employment Guidelines.
As organizations look to M&A transactions to implement global growth strategies, the people issues and associated risks of these transactions have become increasingly prominent.
New data from early adopters of Mercer MarketplaceSM, Mercer’s private benefits exchange for active employees,show that employees will “right-size” their benefits tomore closely match their needs