Are you rewarding people for showing up sick? … More Showing Up Sick–Are you Rewarding it?
Under a salary freeze? Ten tips for thawing your freeze effectively. … More How to Thaw a Salary Freeze
Freeze salaries or take other pay actions to help your company weather this crisis. … More Reward Considerations for Business Crisis: #2 – Base Pay
This is the third of a 4-part series on Total Rewards Strategy. You need a total rewards strategy to avoid blindly following history (what you’ve always done), the herd (what everyone else does) or hearsay (an interesting practice you heard about recently.) You have a good idea of what goes into a reward strategy. So … More How to Develop a Total Rewards Strategy
Employers need a total reward strategy. Without a strategy, you may have a rewards tragedy. … More Why Do Employers Need a Total Rewards Strategy?
Learn the total rewards approach, a far more powerful approach to attracting and retaining talent. … More Total Rewards 201 – Overview of Total Rewards
Join us at the Total Rewards Congress, to raise your ability to attract and retain talent to your organization. … More ATRI Total Rewards Congress
The region’s top HR and rewards (Comp & benefits) leaders are converging in Manila July 26/27 for the ASEAN Total Rewards Institute’s Total Rewards Congress. This marks the emergence of total rewards as a mainstream business priority in the Philippines. Why is this? A total rewards approach is the key to attracting and retaining talent … More Mainstream in Manila: Total Rewards
Within every large organization is someone responsible for comp & ben, short for compensation and benefits. These are the experts in who should earn what. If you don’t know who they are, that’s ok… they know who you are. They also know your title, pay grade, salary, allowances, bonus level, performance rating, market value and … More The Comp & Ben People
Most of us have recently finished annual salary reviews and are now busy working on our KPIs. I am guessing about half of your organisations are taking a look at your performance management and pay for performance practices. I hope the following thoughts are therefore timely and helpful. Let’s start with the word “performance”. This term … More Pay for Performance is Good but Not Enough