Your best employees are likely motivated by more than just money. That’s not to say they don’t care how much they’re paid or whether they have a good pension and benefits program. But sustained commitment to high performance takes more than monetary rewards. To succeed in a high-performance environment, today’s organizations need to figure out how to tap into the intrinsic motivators of their people.
There has been a seismic shift in the war for talent. Those that don’t understand that shift and change their approach to talent management are going to fall into a newly opened crevasse from which they may never escape
Ever feel that leading in the 21st century is like herding cats? Knowledge workers in particular remind me of our two cats, Maple and Jack. The other evening, I saw Maple walking by and felt the rare (for me) desire to pet her. I called her to me, but her attention was focused elsewhere. Switching …
by Alan Collins As an HR professional, the better you understand both the noble and not-so-noble thoughts buried in your clients minds, the better you can serve them. Obviously, you're not a mindreader. Nor do you play one on TV. So, here’s a list of 25 “less-than-loveable” secret TRUTHS
Haven’t we talked about employee engagement enough? Nope! Because despite the amount of time, energy and effort that organizations around the globe are investing in helping engage people in work, things aren’t improving much. Weekly pizza socials, guest speakers and telecommuting options are certainly appealing. I like pizza as much as the next guy. And, […]
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Insurance Weekly News-- The ninth annual MullinTBG/PLANSPONSOR Executive Benefits Survey reveals plan participation rates as reported by responding companies have dropped slightly to 43 percent from 46 percent in 2013. While the barriers to participation may vary for executives, survey respondents ranked plan...
Rita Verderber's insight:
Executive benefits don't accomplish their stated goals if they aren't understood. "Clear communication of plan features and education about the benefits of deferring compensation to meet financial planning goals are key drivers of plan participation and satisfaction for both participants and plan sponsors."
Internal communications in midsized firms are often irregular or absent, causing bad decisions and bad execution. A Towers Watson study (Capitalizing on Effective Communication – How Courage, Innovation and Discipline Drive Business Results in Challenging Times, 2010) concludes that companies with highly effective communication practices enjoy 47% higher total returns [...]
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