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EY, dsd Consulting form major talent & remuneration service

1 September 2014

EY and dsd Consulting form major talent and remuneration service

EY has joined forces with remuneration advisor dsd Consulting - the country’s market leader in the specialist area of Total Rewards Management - to form the largest, full-service talent and rewards advisory practice in New Zealand.

EY managing partner Simon O’Connor says the deal will significantly enhance the services EY offers its New Zealand and Australian clients in all areas of talent management, remuneration and rewards, including comprehensive salary information and market trends reports across 70 New Zealand industries.

“I am delighted that former dsd partners Susan Doughty and Una Diver will be joining the team,” O’Connor says. “Both are market leaders in their field of expertise and will enable EY to be the only Big Four firm able to provide a full suite of human capital services to our clients.”

A core, ongoing benefit to clients will be the access to broader research and knowledge about Australasian and global remuneration practices.


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