UK - Watson Wyatt has been rated as one of the top 100 employers to work for.
The global actuarial, benefits and human resources consultancy was placed 71st in the Sunday Times survey.
Watson Wyatt managing partner Alan Whalley said: “I am delighted that Watson Wyatt features as a top 100 employer, although I’m not surprised.”
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