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Enabling greater transparency in reward communications

18 Aug 2017  by   Jarius Ashworth

Do your employees understand how their remuneration package has been determined? And do your employees perceive their pay (and how it was determined) to be fair and equitable in relation to their job role and their peers? The need for transparency around rewards and recognition is increasing. Fortunately there are tools available to help organisations evaluate, compare and communicate this information to their employees.

New HR Challenges for an evolving salesforce

22 Mar 2017  by   Jarius Ashworth

Today's rapidly evolving global and technological marketplace is disrupting traditional business models and changing the role of the salesforce. This can create new opportunities but also lead to challenges around how you organise, optimise and motivate your salesforce. What are these challenges and how do you ensure that your organisation keeps pace?

Moving from art to science: Evolving remuneration benchmarking

26 Sep 2016  by   Sabrina Rabbani

With a large number of organisations using remuneration benchmarking to determine employee pay levels and structures, the importance of reliable data is paramount. But with limited survey data often making it difficult to develop adequate sample sizes, the process of developing an ideal sample size can become subjective - and therefore less consistent and reliable. Can a more scientific approach be applied?

Balancing incentive pay-outs

02 May 2016  by   Emma Le Grice

How often does your organisation review its incentive programs and their pay-out schedule? They are a key driver of employee engagement and performance, and therefore should never be set and forgotten about. Get on the front foot and don’t leave it until your shareholders prompt you to review your incentive schemes.

Is your merit matrix working?

13 Nov 2015  by   Emma Le Grice

The most common approach for determining Fixed Reward increases is the merit matrix, which uses ratios to determine pay outcomes. There are many benefits to using a merit matrix which have aided its rise to popularity, but is this framework still valid in an environment characterised by low salary budgets?

Finding the right balance in executive remuneration

12 Oct 2015  by   Doug Webber

Executive pay is a difficult balancing act for companies to get right. It's important for organisations to provide an attractive offering that engages with executives and is in line with both the size of an enterprise and the industry it operates in.

"The Great Fall of China"?

Impacts on compensation and talent management in China and Asia Pacific after the recent Chinese stock market correction and Renminbi devaluation.

Trendsetting: What’s happening in rewards for the salesforce?

15 Jul 2015  by   Jairus Ashworth

Of all the major reward elements in use in company’s today, sales commission schemes are often the most dynamic, being tightly linked and responsive to organisational strategic change. Here are 5 key trends we have observed working with sales leaders to improve salesforce effectiveness.

Get more bang for your buck

13 Apr 2015  by   Emma Le Grice

Getting remuneration wrong can lead to dissatisfaction, but can you buy employee engagement with pay? The short answer is no, but you can get more out of your spend on pay…

How are you rewarding your high performers?

12 Jan 2015  by   Emma Le Grice

A mainstay of talent strategies in most organisations is to differentiate pay based on individual performance. Aon Hewitt research shows it works and it is widely advocated and embraced in Australian workplaces – but do we truly understand high performance? What creates it and how prevalent, impactful and sustainable is it?