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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.

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

This means that you’re competing for their attention with many other messages in their inbox. 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.