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The PwC human resource services practice assists clients in improving the performance of all aspects of their HR organizations, both management of Human Capital and HR operational excellence, through thought leadership and innovation.
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- Insights: PwC study on estimating stock compensation volatility
12/16/14 | Human resource services
Describes findings of a recent stock compensation volatility study and implications for developing valuation estimates.
- Year-end employee benefits and compensation planning ideas
12/10/14 | Human resource services
Employers and employees must make decisions on certain employee benefits issues by December 31.
WebcastBest practices for a successful lump sum buyout strategy and recent developments plan sponsors should consider webcast - November 18, 2014
11/14/14 | Human resource services
In recent years Plan Sponsors of defined benefit pension plans have been focusing on de risking pension plans, including a strategy to provide a one-time lump sum buyout offer to former employees. We will share insights into the strategy Plan Sponsors utilized.
WebcastThe Latest in Compensation and Benefits Accounting - December 10, 2014
11/13/14 | Human resource services
The accounting and reporting guidance around benefits and compensation continues to evolve. In an effort to keep you apprised of the on-going changes and updates, we are pleased to invite you to join us for our quarterly webcast series, designed for corporate financial reporting and HR executives. PwC specialists will provide their perspectives on emerging accounting, regulatory and market developments within the incentive compensation and employee benefits arena.
- Pension/OPEB 2014 assumption and disclosure survey
11/11/14 | Human resource services
PwC is pleased to share with you our Pension/OPEB 2014 Assumption and Disclosure Survey. This survey presents our analysis of the 2013 year-end assumptions and disclosures under ASC 715-20, ASC 715-30, and ASC 715-60.
- HR Innovation – Fall 2014
10/29/14 | Human resource services
HR Innovation offers advanced thinking about the challenges that should be uppermost on the minds and agendas of organizations and their Human Resources (HR) leaders.
WebcastChina and Equity Compensation - is it getting any easier? November 3, 2014
10/21/14 | Human resource services
Many multinational companies have been dealing with the complex and ever changing regulatory environment in China for several years, but still struggle to keep informed of changes in tax bureaus' positions or the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) requirements.
WebcastTime to Take Action - Major Changes to Equity Plan Compliance in the UK - December 3, 2014
10/21/14 | Human resource services
Major changes have been introduced to the annual reporting requirements and tax approval process for employee share plans.
- PwC’s Stock compensation: 2014 Assumption and disclosure study
10/7/14 | Human resource services
PwC is pleased to share with you our Stock Compensation 2014 Assumption and Disclosure Study. This study presents our analysis of the 2013 year-end assumptions and disclosures for large US public companies as well as separately for high tech companies.
- FAS 123(R) Post-Implementation Review Report Issued
9/3/14 | Human resource services
The Post-Implementation Review Report recently issued on FAS 123(R) finds certain elements difficult or costly to apply.
- An HR perspective: Nothing but change for healthcare industry stakeholders
8/5/14 | Human resource services
Health care organizations today find themselves amid transformation on numerous fronts: everything from merging provider organizations to converging providers and payors to changing compensation models. Many of these changes are starting to reflect an Affordable Care Act America, along with more general shifts in the US healthcare industry—all of which yield implications for stakeholders across the board, including executives, employees, and physicians.
- Incentive compensation — impact of new revenue accounting rules
7/13/14 | Human resource services
Potential impact of new revenue accounting rules on incentive compensation plans and how employers can begin to prepare.
WebcastReducing Pension Cost and Risk Using a Lump Sum Buyout Strategy webcast - July 23, 2014
7/7/14 | Human resource services
In recent years Plan Sponsors of defined benefit pension plans have been focusing on de-risking pension plans, including a strategy to provide a one-time lump sum buyout offer to former employees. PwC has assisted many clients who have analyzed and/or implemented the lump sum strategy. Please join our webcast on July 23rd, where we will share insights into the strategy Plan Sponsors utilized.
- PwC's 2014 Health and Well-being Touchstone Survey results
6/27/14 | Human resource services
PwC is pleased to announce the availability of our 2014 Health and Well-being Touchstone Survey results. The 2014 survey data contains detailed benefits information provided by approximately 1,200 participating companies in 35 different industries across the nation.
- Trends in workforce analytics - Capturing the latest results from US Human Capital Effectiveness Benchmarks, 2014
5/6/14 | Human resource services
Our US benchmarking service recently published hundreds of metrics that reinforce the business improvement opportunity available to HR departments today - if they can align workforce performance to business strategy, supported by effective data.
- Market trends in retiree healthcare and financial reporting implications
4/30/14 | Human resource services
This Insight focuses on the accounting implications of changes in the design of retiree health benefit plans.
- Final rules describe ACA health coverage reporting requirements for 2015
4/23/14 | Human resource services
Final regulations on ACA reporting requirements give needed guidance to employers and insurers who must report to the IRS about 2015 health coverage.
- Executive Compensation: Clawbacks 2013 proxy disclosure study
4/17/14 | Human resource services
This PwC publication presents our analysis of 2009 through 2012 year-end proxy disclosures for 100 large public companies relative to their compensation recoupment or “clawback” policies. When providing employees with bonuses, stock options, or other incentive awards, companies often establish provisions that allow them to recoup all or a portion of the award under certain circumstances. These provisions, referred to as clawbacks, are detailed by most public companies in their annual proxy statement.
- HR Innovation - Winter 2014
4/2/14 | Human resource services
HR Innovation offers advanced thinking about the challenges that should be uppermost on the minds and agendas of organizations and their Human Resources (HR) leaders. In this issue of HR Innovation, we focus on the continually changing HR landscape and what organizations need to do to take control of today’s opportunities and tomorrow’s decisions.
- An HR perspective, The Future of Healthcare Benefits - Employers’ opportunity for strategic change in the new healthcare world
3/13/14 | Human resource services
PwC recently convened several roundtables of employers in New York, Chicago, and Atlanta to discuss health coverage at this pivotal moment. This thought leadership article highlights the conversations and results of the related survey.
- Employee stock compensation: 2013 SEC comment letter trends
11/24/13 | Human resource services
PwC has produced this document to assist management teams in identifying and understanding the SEC staff's current focus areas for stock compensation. We have highlighted the areas where registrants received the most comments from the SEC staff and have provided relevant examples of recent comment letters to aid preparers in ensuring their disclosures are robust and consistent with the relevant accounting or reporting guidance for stock compensation.
- Pensions and other postretirement benefits: 2013 SEC comment letter trends
11/24/13 | Human resource services
This PwC publication includes an analysis of comments made by the SEC staff to registrants published on the SEC’s website between January 1, 2013 and September 15, 2013 related to pensions and postretirement benefits other than pensions (OPEB). There were 37 companies that received one or more comments related to pensions and OPEB during that period, for a total of 78 comments.