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Willis Towers Watson women thought leaders discuss wellbeing

 November 08, 2021

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Think pay is driving The Great Resignation? Think again. Candidates look for further aspects from employers including a strong sense of wellbeing.

Willis Towers Watson thought leaders Katie Hansen, Director of Health & Benefits, and Ingrid Woolfolk, Senior Director and Employee Experience Architect, detail the importance of embracing a culture of wellbeing through leadership, branding and experience.

Culture, leadership, branding and employee experience are key

The Great Resignation is amplifying the need for a robust wellbeing strategy that goes beyond programs and resources to culture, leadership, branding and the employee experience. As employers look to differentiate their talent value proposition to both retain and attract talent, a natural place to lean into is wellbeing.

Read the full article from Willis Towers Watson's Kate Hansen and Ingrid Woolfolk.

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