Employees value equity compensation and employers see the retention benefits. But if you want employees to really reap the benefits, make sure they know what they’re doing.
Higher contributions and last year’s strong stock market drove average 401(k) and IRA balances over six figures, and a record number of savers hit the million-dollar mark.
Most workers don’t think employers’ current health and well-being programs meet their needs. As such, they’re looking for wellness payments as an incentive to stay healthy.
The stress connected to alleviating this debt is felt by employees across all age groups, from Generation Z and Millennials to those pursuing graduate degrees, to parents paying for their children’s education.
This, in turn, has damaging repercussions on organizations, including reduced employee productivity (e.g.: $7,000 in lost value per employee each year) as well as turnover rates above 40%.
Work-life balance is increasingly becoming important to employees, and organizations must find ways to implement flexibility in the workplace to attract and retain employees. In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of workplace flexibility and a process for building a flexible workplace that maximizes employee productivity and supports the goals of your company.
Attracting and retaining your organization’s top talent requires providing competitive wages and salaries. This course will empower you with the skills needed to market price benchmark jobs and slot non-benchmark jobs into a salary structure you create based on your interpretation of your organizations compensation philosophy. You will learn a consistent methodology for conducting a competitive pay analysis and assess whether it will support your human resources hiring and retention goals and your organization’s business strategy.
The modern professional works in increasingly volatile, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous environments. No wonder 83% of employees indicate that work is their greatest source of stress. It's taking a massive toll on their engagement, performance and health. While you can't create a work environment that's stress free, you can create a culture of focus, resilience and high performance.
Learn what's trending in sales compensation. David Cichelli of the Alexander Group shares findings from the "Hot Topics" survey, including: -Whether companies are expanding or reducing their sales compensation programs -Who is minding the sales compensation store -Whether companies are using referral and signing bonuses -The best ways to get seller focus on strategic objectives.
It’s an election year for Congress which means workplace issues that impact millions of voters are top of mind for lawmakers. Join Melissa Sharp Murdock, Esq., WorldatWork director of external affairs, as she delves into the state of public policy priorities surrounding workplace and rewards issues.
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