Salary is just the baseline. To bring real engagement and strengthen the employer-employee relationship, we need to look at other, less conventional ways of rewarding employees, even if they aren't officially considered 'rewards'.
This issue of People Matters Digital Magazine encourages you to recast various types of benefits, perks, and even compensation models from the perspective of how we are rewarding people. We hear from industry leaders such as Serena Townsend, Chief People Officer of Silicon Labs; Jorgen Wengel, Director of Global HR & Operations of Sennheiser Electronics; Sara Rahmani, Vice President of People Experience & DEI, Chronus; and more.
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Leaders ought to accept they don't have all the answers
Aadesh Goyal, Global CHRO of Tata Communications, goes into detail about engaging today's workforce in a time when work itself has been repeatedly disrupted by uncontrollable global factors.
Does our pay for performance process deserve rewarding?
The most fundamental component of any rewards strategy is often taken for granted. Here are intensive tips for improving your pay for performance model.
Josh Bersin's 'Irresistible'
Reading the latest book by HR superstar Josh Bersin, we saw dozens of parallels in conversations we've had with leaders around the globe.
Agility and adaptability demand better strategic analysis
CHROs are people performance specialists, and their toolbox can always use more capabilities to enhance their strategic skill. Dr M Muneer offers a six-step process to improve performance analysis.
Brian Elliott, Executive Leader of Future Forum and Senior Vice President, Slack
Redesigning a future of work that’s flexible, more inclusive and more connected will allow organisations to tap top talent and move faster than their competitors.
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