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All Decisions Are B.A.D. Decisions

Compensation Cafe

Even compensation experts, supposedly the most analytical of HR types, have difficulties with data. and Canada, he’s pretty much been there done that (articles, books, speeches, seminars, radio/TV, advisory posts, in-trial expert witness stuff, etc.), All decisions are B.A.D.

Part I - Malaise in the Employee Rewards: What’s Going On?

Compensation Cafe

Sales compensation has always been a different beast: it has different buyers and economic cycles than employee rewards, and sales incentives constantly evolve to meet new business needs. I think the prime culprit is practitioner obsession with benchmarking as the key to rewards design.

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SHRM ’15: Global Shift, High Performers and More

HRExecutive

Though I didn’t do a thorough analysis, a quick scan of the program book suggested there were definitely more HR leaders on the program than in prior years—a development I would certainly put under the category of a good thing.

The recruitment process: 10 things you need to master to succeed

Workable

On the flip side, a beautiful careers page, positive online reviews from employees, and rich social media pages can give you bonus points, even if your brand is not widely recognized. In this case, a referral bonus could work as an incentive.