Meet Tom Morrison
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Tom Morrison, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, is the national service line leader of Total Rewards in the Human Capital practice.
Tom’s specific experience includes providing services in support of the cost containment analyses of compensation and benefit programs, human resource programs and policies and organizational structure for a wide array of companies. He has also provided services support of a large number of merger and acquisition projects, including due diligence evaluations and merger integration programs for a number of corporate clients as well as on the world’s premier private equity investors.
In addition, Tom has extensive experience in providing services in support of the human resources functional cost savings projects; pension and other post retirement benefit plan design, implementation and valuation projects; asset and liability pension modeling. Finally, Tom has provided services in support of projects involving employee competency modeling, talent management and workforce assessment for companies within the chemicals industry.
Tom, a public speaker on current and impending U.S. and international pension accounting standards, has more than 20 years of consulting experience in human resource, talent and employee benefits.
Tom has a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Dartmouth College. He is a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Latest media hits
Emerging market talent: Managing risks and strategies
The Wall Street Journal | December 18, 2013
Tom Morrison and Suzanne Kounkel, principals, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Jonathan Pearce, principal, Deloitte Tax LLP discuss approaches to emerging market talent that consider in-country experiences and fit within global HR frameworks.
Finding an authentic leadership voice
Tom shares his perspectives on the need for improved global leadership development.
Proudest career moment
"During a large M&A deal, we helped our client (the buyer) identify a Total Rewards issue that helped them save nearly $300 million on the purchase price. The seller disputed the findings and insisted on a joint indemnity, from which our client benefited even further over the next few years."