Tag: pay for performance

Research, Software

Wage Growth Remains Moderate, Study Finds

October 3, 2019

Via: HR Hero

A recent report from Mercer aimed to understand the state of salary budget increases for 2019 as well as projections for 2020. A comparison with the same report from previous years showed similar findings: low to moderate wage growth. I […]

Communication, Software, Workplace wellness

Individual Performance Is Not Enough; We Need a Way to Measure Teams

November 1, 2017

Via: Ere Media

Employee engagement, aligning talent and business strategies; these are perennial problems for HR professionals. Here in the United Kingdom, as far back as 2014 they were among the top three priorities for CHROs , according to an ADP survey. How […]

Research, Software

Should Organizations Pay for Performance

October 27, 2017


As more HR leaders opt to scrap annual performance appraisals, many find themselves wondering how they will tie pay to performance. A better question might be whether they should link the two at all. As it turns out, assumptions about […]

Development & Evaluation, Engagement

Yes, You Can Eliminate the Annual Review, Improve Engagement and Still Get Workforce Metrics

January 5, 2017

Via: Ere Media

By now, we have all noticed the overwhelming trend to ditch performance rating scales and instead, have performance appraisals and performance management be centered on quality conversations and continuous feedback. Organizations like Adobe, Deloitte, Microsoft, Accenture and even GE are […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

Tie Comp and Performance Management to Attract and Keep Employees

September 14, 2016

Via: Workforce

An effective compensation strategy is integral in attracting new talent and retaining and motivating the best performers. Yet, if not done appropriately, the way in which a company compensates its employees can lead to a number of negative effects. Compensation […]