Forget the Cash: 5 Thoughtful Ways to Reward Employees

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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.

“I know the perfect person…”

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Posted by Robin Erickson on October 21, 2014. Talent is universal. Certainly, financial and other incentives are important motivators. 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. is the Vice President for Talent Acquisition Research at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

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Social Sourcing AKA Warm Recruiting

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The referral bonus doesn’t hurt either. Traditionally, there are many ways to leverage a company’s own pool of existing candidates, to do recruitment marketing campaigns and find talent in passive applicants. The referral bonus doesn’t hurt either. By Edie Ukwuoma.

Go Long with Your Candidate Experience, Kids


However, imagine the go-long metaphor in the world of work and what it takes to be competitive with talent acquisition today. Many companies still can’t stomach throwing the long ball, especially when you add in a complex global talent market mired in employment law and regulatory mud.

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An incentive (in $$$) always helps. In Burns’ company, they offer a $500 or $1000 referral bonus based on the specific role. The bonus is paid in two installments: the first half after 30 days of the referral’s hire and the second half after six months of successful employment.