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Creating more transparent and realistic executive reward mix profiles

21 Apr 2016  by   Jean Hanna

Highly incentive-based executive remuneration scenarios don’t always give a true picture of what can and will be achieved.

Is your merit matrix working?

13 Nov 2015  by   Bethany Jones

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?

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   Jean Hanna

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?

Drive productivity by recognising high performance

19 Jun 2014  by   Annette Hang

Performance messages that recognise contributions to business outcomes and differentiate between employees will drive discretionary effort and increased productivity. We’ve put together some top tips to help your organisation deliver successful recognition programs that reward and encourage high performance.