Aon’s willingness to pay its employees retention bonuses originally developed as part of the now defunct Willis Towers Watson (WTW) acquisition could quickly pay dividends in the context of an extremely competitive war for talent in the sector, according to analysts.
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Aon, Willis Towers Watson, Retention Bonuses, Dividends, Insurance, Reinsurance, Meyer Shields, Christa Davies, Eric Andersen, Dan Glaser, Greg Case, USA