Drive the right behaviors and ensure your team is rewarded for results that benefit the company with a competitive plan that also benefits the sales force. Don’t start the design process by assuming that the plan will be focused on commissions.
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Equity markets began 2016 by taking a beating, as China slowdown worries overflowed into global markets.
Recent headlines concerning the failure of a high profile bond fund dragged the “high yield” corporate credit market into the spotlight, concluding what was a rather tumultuous year in 2015 for these risk-oriented investments.
Performance management is a broad category of strategies and activities designed to develop employees’ knowledge, skills and abilities. It includes such diverse tactics as training, coaching, counseling and assessment of traits and behaviors.
This paper reviews data that is both relevant and available, and subsequently demonstrates how to use it in the development of a model to assess your cyber risk in today’s business environment.
Linking pay to performance in a meaningful way has always been difficult―in part because "performance" is an ambiguous term. For many, it means employee traits and behaviors. For others, skills―the how or means of performance, also known as competencies.
Do you have the data you need when making pay decisions? We develop comprehensive, relevant competitive labor market data by compiling published information from our extensive library of surveys so you’ll know whether you are overpaying or underpaying your employees.
As we reflect on this past year filled with positives and negatives, we should look back to weigh in on how we’ve progressed personally and professionally, as we plan to head into the New Year.
Whether you need a few adjustments to your existing pay plan or a completely new one, or assistance with wage and salary administration, we will help you make sound pay decisions that support your organization, now and in the future.
David Nygard writes about how executive long-term incentive (LTI) values now dwarf executive salaries at most publicly traded U.S. companies. LTI plans are a challenge to implement properly for private companies’ non-founder executives.