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Forget the Cash: 5 Thoughtful Ways to Reward Employees

Cornerstone On Demand

But as the season of giving approaches, smart HR pros realize the traditional end-of-year cash bonus — while of course accepted and much appreciated — also needs a reboot. One effective incentive could be something everyone wants: The gift of time.

Time for HR’s 2014 Performance Appraisal

HR Daily Advisor

It’s a good time to reflect on your accomplishments of 2014. How close are you now to where you thought you’d be on January 1, 2014? How pleased are you (and your hiring managers) with the people you’ve added to the staff? How about your talent management programs?

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What Millennials Really Want from Employers


At the top of the list of what makes an employer attractive was opportunities for career progression, which 52% of the millennials cited as the most desirable quality. Talent Management Workplace Culture and Innovation business employee retention Management Millennials talent strategy

One Way to Revive Tired Old Compensation

Compensation Cafe

The company wanted employees to have at least some medical and life insurance coverage so there was a minimum level for these benefits that had to be included. 2) They talked at length among themselves about the ramifications of choosing greater/lesser amounts of each available component they could “flex.”. With that said who can argue with giving employees more control and at the same time making Compensation more transparent and better understood?

Inquiring Minds Want to Know

Compensation Cafe

The plan should include what information will be delivered at what times and how at various stages for the first 12 months of integration. Hold compensation training sessions for all management at the new company to enable them to answer employee questions. Communicate individual pay packages in one-on-ones with the manager. You don’t want managers giving conflicting information.

“I know the perfect person…”

HR Times

Posted by Robin Erickson on October 21, 2014. Talent is universal. Certainly, financial and other incentives are important motivators. Great opportunity at my company! The average range for bonuses is $500 to $4,000, depending on the job. 3 Your company should define its own bonus structure based on its budget, culture, available resources, and hiring needs. Follow Robin on Twitter @RAEricksonPhD and visit her blog, Talent Magnetism.

Go Long with Your Candidate Experience, Kids


And Day,” he paused stood up to look over at the other team, and then bent down again in the huddle. We were all high school juniors wearing grubby sweats and playing a little friendly four-on-four football at a local park. and monetary performance incentives (salary increase, bonus).

How to Manage the B-Team

Cornerstone On Demand

In mid-August, a New York Times article about Amazon featured heated accounts from former employees describing a workplace that rewards top performers with praise and bonuses, while punishing those who can't — or won't — commit to 85-hour work weeks and 24/7 availability.

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