We know that the remuneration review is one of the most important and costly people processes organisations go through each year. It therefore makes sense to approach this as an ongoing investment cycle rather than a one-time, tactical project. Aon Hewitt believes an effective remuneration review is about more than the process, its success also rests on clearly communicated people management outcomes aligned with the organisation’s business needs.
Maintain your remuneration edge
Aon Hewitt can help you to prepare realistic salary budgets that support your business objectives and maintain your competitive edge in the remuneration stakes. The advice and recommendations from our consultants will enable you to confidently allocate salary expenditure to key areas of your business, using merit matrices and other customised tools.
Optimise your salary review process
We'll help you to run in the most effective and efficient salary review in accordance with your organisation’s remuneration, HR and business strategies.
Our advice and training can improve your HR team’s knowledge and experience so you can run salary reviews consistently, accurately and smoothly. With our salary review software, we aim to streamline or remove manual, time-consuming and administrative processes so that you can focus on communicating with reviewing managers and performing the tasks that will significantly influence the success of the salary review.
If you’ve not had the time to fully assess your organisation’s competitive standing in the market, or future remuneration needs, Aon Hewitt can help. We’re expert in analysing your organisation’s market data and presenting high level trends and hotspots to you and your executive team.
Boost your HR team's skills
Our consultants can provide mentoring to you and your HR team to ensure you have in-depth knowledge to run a successful remuneration function.
We’ll help your team to gain specialist knowledge, coach them in an area of remuneration management, understand how to interpret market data and apply it to your organisation or how to construct a strong business case for a remuneration project.