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1 To protect the confidential and proprietary information included in this material, it may not be disclosed or provided to any third parties without the approval of Aon Hewitt. Thank you for joining! The webinar will start shortly

2 Thursday, 5 June

3 3 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Agenda Global and regional trends – Rita Veres, Aon Hewitt Embedding employee engagement – Gerhard Wagner, HOERBIGER The Engagement Outliers – Dr. Wolf-Bertram von Bismarck, Aon Hewitt 1 3 2

4 4 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Our Speakers Rita VeresOlivier Hamelle Gerhard Wagner Dr. Wolf- Bertram von Bismarck

5 5 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Discussion Trends in global and European engagement Rita Veres

6 6 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Are your employees engaged and ready? Your business will change dramatically by 2020 Are you prepared for change?

7 7 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together The Aon Hewitt engagement model Business Outcomes Operational Customer Financial Talent Engagement Outcomes Engagement Drivers THE WORK EXPERIENCE Leadership The basics The work Company practices Performance Brand

8 8 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Engagement is on the rise and is steadying following global economic stabilisation Trends in Global Employee Engagement ( ) % of Engaged Employees Source: Aon Hewitt Trends in Global Employee Engagement 2014

9 9 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together The flat engagement levels in Europe are masked by changes in the sub-regions Western Europe: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom Central Europe: Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia Eastern Europe: Albania, Belarus, Cyprus, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine % of Engaged Employees Europe | Engagement Score: 57% Trends in European Employee Engagement ( ) Source: Aon Hewitt Trends in Global Employee Engagement 2014

10 10 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Work experience trends Global Europe Employee value proposition is breaking down especially in Europe

11 11 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Organisational reputation continues to be a key employee engagement priority Drivers 2013 GlobalEurope Western Europe Central Europe Eastern EuropeUKFranceGermanySwitzerlandRussia Career Opportunities Organisation Reputation Pay Innovation453 Managing Performance Career Aspirations1 Communication545 Recognition45 Brand Alignment32 Work Processes2434 Work Tasks3 Senior Leadership5 Learning and Development54 Manager2

12 12 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Discussion The HOERBIGER story Gerhard Wagner, CHRO & Member of the Executive Board

13 13 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together To all HR Lead ers who believ e in employ ee engage ment My pleasure to share our Journey and my perspectives. Look forward to our discussion. Mr Gerhard Wagner Chief Human Resources Officer and Member of the Executive Board HOERB IGER Empowering people to excellence Our ‘Voice for Excellence’ journey

14 14 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together HOERBIGER: We set standards Strategic business segments securely balanced on three pillars Compression technology  Key components and services for compressors, turbines and industrial gas- operated engines  Safety products Automotive  Synchronizer systems for manual transmissions and double-clutch systems  Comfort systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles Automation technology  Smart actuators for machine tools and control valves  Solution kits for demanding customer applications  Testing and diagnostic technology With approx. 140 production plants, service & sales branches in 54 countries and 6700 employees

15 15 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together HOERBIGER Vision HR Mission By empowering people to excellence And we empower people through (HR Strategy): Having the best in the industry work for us and be proactively staffed to drive our growth And through a high performance culture Where everyone has an opportunity to develop, contribute and grow Leaders who set visionary standards through focus and excellence Sustainability through: Focus & Excellence The Foundation: Values Pioneering Spirit, Courage, Fairness and Closeness lived through the HOERBIGER Excellence behaviours at workplace HOERBIGER Vision We set standards

16 16 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together We set standards  Our distinctive Leadership Brand is the heart of our leadership in the industry and innovation  We use excellence behaviours in all people processed and not rigid competencies to be better in understanding our local markets and cultures  Our Executive Board annual goal sheets are on our intranet for all employees to read  We share consolidated 360 degree feedback of our top 400 leaders openly  Our Voice for Excellence (engagement) results and action plans of every country and entity are visible to all employees  We drive inclusive culture - a career for us means ‘Being proficient and staying in a role for a long period or moving between roles successfully’  We share our succession pipeline consolidated data openly with all our managers

17 17 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together We set standards with our distinctive Leadership Brand WhoThe Organisation is known forTheir Leaders are known for Wal-MartAlways low prices Managing costs efficiently, getting things done on time FedExFedExAbsolutely, positively doing whatever it takes Managing Logistics, meeting deadlines, solving problems quickly LEXUSIn pursuit of perfection Managing quality processes (Lean, Six Sigma), for continuous improvement P&GBrands you know and trust Developing consumer insights, precisely targeted marketing, product innovation McKinseyBeing the CEO’s trusted advisor Leading teams that deconstruct business problems, synthesize data and develop solutions Boeing People working together as a global enterprise for aerospace leadership Solving global problems, working as teams, possessing technical excellence in aerospace AppleInnovation and design Creating new products and services that break the industry norms PepsiCoAppealing to the younger generationBuilding the next generation talent HOERBIGER*Performance determining componentsSetting standards through Excellence & Focus All data other than marked as “*” are from HBR Research on Leadership Brands

18 18 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together “Closeness” is one of our company values. Driven by open sharing. Transparent and available people tools  Simple learning tools to explain the bonus calculation is available to all employees including a bonus calculator Rewards Performance Management  Executive Board Goal Setting Workshop Video &  Individual Goal Sheets of each Executive Board Member are visible to all employees Succession Planning  Leadership Potential definition &  All process related information available to all employees Management Excellence 360° Feedback  Consolidated  Feedback Grid covering the Executive board and all Management Levels openly shared

19 19 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together This drives in our improvement 48% in 2012 to 58% in 2013 in our employee engagement. We are just starting. Engagement

20 20 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Visibility drives consumption in 27 languages and 54 countries to 6700 employees

21 21 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together The HOERBIGER Engagement Globe is an interactive tool that drives transparency of engagement results and action plans to all employees across all locations

22 22 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together The HOERBIGER Engagement Globe By clicking on a location pin, detailed results are displayed

23 23 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together The HOERBIGER Engagement Globe By clicking on action plan for the location, the action plan is displayed

24 24 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Discussion The Engagement Outliers Dr. Wolf-Bertram von Bismarck

25 25 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together What is required for a successful space mission?

26 26 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together What is a normal change in engagement? We analyzed almost 1,100 organisations in our global database that conducted repeat engagement surveys between 2010 and 2012 to find out, what is a normal engagement improvement between two cycles and what is an outlier. Organisations experiencing engagement change between survey cycles

27 27 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Two different types of outliers The most improved players The best getting better + 2% pts Average change in engagement + 9% pts Average increase in engagement for improving organisations + 14% pts Outlier engagement improvement

28 28 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together ‘Most improved players’ start from the bottom quartile Most improved players:  Started out in the bottom quartile  Improve their score significantly  Only 6% of companies overall achieve these type of gains Levers for improvement:  Fix the basics  Get your culture out of the ditch  Focus on fulfilling work Basics Culture Work Rewards

29 29 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together The ‘best getting better’ build a culture of engagement Best getting better companies  Are rare  Are marked by strong perceptions in several key engagement drivers Levers for improvement:  Protect the basics and create meaningful work  Lead a culture of engagement  Align rewards with performance Culture Rewards Work Basics

30 30 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Engagement outlier checklist E nable first N ot just a survey score G o big A ll about me G reat culture from great leaders E ngage in?

31 31 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together Conclusion  We have heard about the changing nature of employment… ...and the challenge of employee engagement from the employer perspective  As well as learning how some organisations are making quantum leaps in engagement – and continuing to improve on impressive results

32 Any questions?

33 33 Global Employee EngagementAon Hewitt | Working together And finally… Some useful links and further information:  The 2014 Trends in Global Employee Engagement Report can be found here.here  Aon Hewitt’s Engagement Outliers Whitepaper can be downloaded here.here  More information about Aon Hewitt’s employee engagement views and findings can be seen here, with further research and thinking.here  If you would like any more information please don’t hesitate to contact: ─Olivier Hamelle: ─Rita Veres: ─Dr. Wolf-Bertram von Bismarck:

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