The Key to Developing a Pay-for-Performance Culture that Impacts Retention
How to create a successful pay-for-performance strategy using comparative pay and performance metrics
If aligning talent with compensation strategy, and employee engagement with retention, are business objectives that keep you up at night, you are not alone. A recent compensation best practices study revealed that although 44% of employers say their employees are fairly paid, only 20% of employees agree. In this same survey, 69% of organizations indicate that their top reason for adjusting their compensation salary was to impact employee retention.
Successful pay-for-performance strategy
Many companies haven’t developed a successful pay-for-performance strategy because it’s difficult to do so without good comparative pay and performance metrics. These critical metrics are necessary for HR and executive leadership teams to understand how best to allocate budgets that reward top performers and encourage their engagement and loyalty.
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