HR Administration

Best Practices in Compensation (July 2013)

By Staff Report

Jul. 9, 2013

Pay-for-performance programs are a great way to help low-performing employees improve their contribution levels. But implementing such a program is no simple matter. Published in July 2013, our new Best Practices in Compensation white paper explores four important considerations—and how today’s organizations can make a pay-for-performance strategy work for them.

    You’ll read about:

  • Using a Merit Matrix
  • “Zero” Merit Increases
  • Cost of Labor vs. Cost of Living
  • The Value of Implementation Over Time, Not Overnight

Download our new Best Practices in Compensation white paper today! It’s FREE; all you have to do is register.

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