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Workers are looking – and leaving – for career development

HR Morning

Prospective employees see career development as among the most important reasons to sign with —and stay with — with your organization. And, while you may think you are offering top-notch learning and development programs, they don’t think you are doing such a great job. Surveys show that workers and employers don’t agree on how well organizations are meeting employees’ development expectations. Employee development. Leadership development.

How Betty Crocker Thinks about Compensation

Compensation Cafe

Updating compensation practices or redesigning a plan? Why ask managers and employees about how they understand pay for performance, when you're not planning to change the performance management process any time soon?

Total Rewards – Total Relationships

Bersin with Deloitte

Total Rewards leaders (Compensation & Benefits) are increasingly pressured from both inside and outside the modern organization. De-linking pay and performance? The reinvention of performance management is a well-published and discussed topic.

Total Rewards – Total Relationships

HR Times

Total Rewards leaders (Compensation & Benefits) are increasingly pressured from both inside and outside the modern organization. De-linking pay and performance? The reinvention of performance management is a well-published and discussed topic.

Can Blind Help Open HR’s Eyes?

HRExecutive

Judging by the number of emerging social-media spaces, the opportunity to anonymously comment on your current employer—on everything from pay, benefits and culture to career development—continues to gain in popularity.

Value End-of-Year Implementation -- Turn Down the Heat on the CEO Pay Ratio

Compensation Cafe

By that I mean, if everyone in the company is going to compare themselves with the median pay profile, many are going to feel some type of a negative comparison. What would their managers say if you asked them that question?

Ripped from Today's Global Headlines: Lessons on Executive Pay Ratio Communications

Compensation Cafe

Another compensation story hit the global media today. And its particular set of events should give Compensation Cafe readers a lot to think about and discuss, given the Executive Pay Ratio work that has most everyone scrambling right now.

Do You Know How to Attract Star Employees?

Compensation Cafe

Not only is the famous battle for talent waging outside your company's ramparts, but a large chunk of the people you want to recruit think career opportunities and inspiring business goals are higher priorities than compensation when choosing a new employer.

Setting the Stage to Become Their Strategic Partner

Compensation Cafe

It's really tough, especially in smaller companies, where the executives just want to tell you what to do, especially about compensation. When you run into this, it's a sign that your execs see compensation mainly as a budgetary issue. Create an FAQ on compensation surveys and share it.

Cafe Classic: You're Not Treating Me Fairly! (Is This Another Compression Headache Coming On?)

Compensation Cafe

Throughout my career, I have advised clients against its use. Are they being recognized in line with their own perceptions of their effort, performance, qualifications, job challenges? Second, they look around for comparisons. Then explain this rationale to senior management.

Hidden Problems Behind Eliminating Employee Performance Review Ratings

SAP Innovation

With apologies to Mr. Twain for paraphrasing, reports on the death of performance review ratings are not only grossly exaggerated, but missing the mark entirely. The issue isn’t just about pay-for-performance. They’re still doing a rating but it’s become a compensation rating.”.