Total Rewards Beyond Compensation and Benefits: A Discussion with a Global Rewards Practice Leader

As a Principal in Deloitte Consulting Workforce Transformation practice in Detroit and the leader of Deloitte’s Global Rewards practice, Jason Flynn has over 25 years of experience helping companies across a variety of industries design, deliver, communicate, and manage the financial and human resources aspects of total rewards and talent programs. However, his true passion lies in empowering people to become leaders.

Beginning his career as a pension actuary, Jason spent his Analyst through Senior Manager years working primarily with global clients, helping them manage the financial and HR aspects of their retirement programs. He worked across all industries, providing a mix of traditional pension actuarial consulting as well as specific applications during mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, and other business events. As a Senior Manager, he broadened his focus to all of total rewards and increasingly worked with clients on rewards strategy, operations, and tech enablement.

Since joining Deloitte as a Principal in 2005, Jason has focused primarily on the area of employee benefits and pensions, but he has expanded his consulting focus over time to include total rewards and talent more broadly. He has led Deloitte’s global Rewards practice for the last 8 years and has increasingly worked with clients in linking their total rewards strategy and operations to broader talent and business needs.

Today, Jason is focused on pushing the Future of Rewards to keep step with the Future of Work and help organizations evolve their rewards approaches to be successful in an increasingly dynamic talent market. He believes that total rewards are more than just compensation and benefits, and they include aspects of employee well-being, work environment, and personal and professional growth opportunities.

As a leader in Deloitte, Jason is committed to empowering his colleagues to develop their leadership skills and become the best version of themselves. He believes in leading by example and has built a culture of collaboration and inclusivity within his team. He encourages his team members to take ownership of their work and empowers them to make decisions that will drive value for their clients.

Jason’s passion for empowering people to become leaders extends beyond his work at Deloitte. He is actively involved in several non-profit organizations, including the Detroit Children’s Choir, where he serves as the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Opera Theatre.

In conclusion, Jason Flynn’s work at Deloitte has been focused on helping organizations design, deliver, communicate, and manage total rewards and talent programs. However, his passion lies in empowering people to become leaders. Through his leadership and collaboration skills, he has built a culture of inclusivity and collaboration within his team, and he encourages his colleagues to take ownership of their work and develop their leadership skills. His involvement in non-profit organizations also reflects his commitment to empowering people to become leaders and make a positive impact in their communities.

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