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What is sustainable reward and how to build a strategy that centers on this idea

Responsible Reward

We never saw it coming but this imposed ‘new normal’ has turned everything on its head and forced us to rethink the fundamentals of our economy and questioned the extent to which we were living and working up to this point is sustainable. Most importantly this tumultuous period has shown us that things can be done differently and this way of living is not only achievable but necessary if we are to have a better functioning society, healthy work life balance and a thriving planet for generations to come.

Posted by Emer Bucukoglu on
04 September 2020

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Download the Fast Growth Playbook

Reward Intelligence | Pay & Reward | Disruptive HR | Fast Growth | HR software | HR Technology | Reward Strategy

Free to download, our Fast Growth Playbook has been designed specifically for organisations that are growing at pace, and are having to regularly make rapid decisions to ensure long term success.

Posted by Cathryn Edmondson on
03 September 2020

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It's not always about the money: how to motivate your staff with non-cash rewards 

Pay & Reward | Employee engagement | Recognition | Reward | Employee Experience

While financial motivation can certainly attract key talent to your organisation, it will not always keep it. Emer Bucukoglu suggests ways in which you can use non-monetary rewards to attract, motivate and retain staff, and improve your company's bottom line along the way.

Posted by Emer Bucukoglu on
28 August 2020

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Three considerations when setting employee performance targets, pay and bonuses in a volatile market

Bonus | Long Term Incentives | Performance Related Pay | Pay Fairness | Pay & Reward | Reward Strategy

How do you balance doing the right thing by your employees in terms of bonus and commission when business performance is not where you expected it to be? This is a hard question to answer and there will not be one approach that works for every business. However, there are questions all businesses can ask themselves to help navigate the challenges with performance targets and variable pay.

Posted by Cathryn Edmondson on
19 August 2020

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Benefits trends of 2020: where should your focus be?

Benefits audit | Benefits intelligence | Flexible Benefits | Employee Experience

Even the most carefullycurated employee deals have been well and truly put to task in 2020, and with the rapid and unpredictable spread of COVID-19 causing all of our lives to change dramatically, which benefits are now seeing a surge as a result of the restrictions and changes we have seen in 2020?

Posted by Mark Macoun on
12 August 2020

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Keeping employee recognition at the forefront in an ever-changing world

Employee engagement | Recognition | Employee Experience

There is much research out there that demonstrates the clear link between recognition and engagement, and, ultimately, increased productivity and profit levels. With this in mind, Alastair's has pulled together his top tips for recognition during these uncertain times.

Posted by Alastair Cole on
12 August 2020

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Short term vs long term effects of COVID-19: should you change your reward and benefits strategy for 12 months, or five years?

Reward Strategy | Covid-19

The question over whether to make short or long term changes to reward strategy is a question facing many HR and Reward professionals during these unprecedented times. There has been a lot of talk over the last few months about when things will get back to normal but how likely is it that things will just go back to the way they were, either in the short term or the long term? 

Posted by Cathryn Edmondson on
05 August 2020

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Building a Personalised Story - an open letter to HR

Reward Strategy | Employee Experience

In the second of our open letters to HR series, Sarah Lardner suggests ways in which your organisation can build a reward architecture designed to retain and recruit the right talent to achieve your strategic goals, by personalising your employee deal to the power of one.

Posted by Sarah Lardner on
05 August 2020

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Three ways to utilise your Responsible Reward policies to engage employees

Responsible Reward

We think it is vital to look at reward holistically and take a strategic perspective when you consider Responsible Reward. But before you dive and in write a new set of policies, we would suggest that you stand back and look not just at the different numbers legislation requires us to define, but think about the true application of reward in your organisation as it stands right now. Justine Woolf offers her top three tips.

Posted by Justine Woolf on
29 July 2020

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What got you here, won't get you there - an open letter to HR

Reward Intelligence | Pay & Reward | Pay Structure | Reward Strategy | Productivity

The first in our series of open letters to HR, Sarah Lardner discusses how HR leaders in well-established organisations need to be looking at the journey ahead, to make the business irresistable to talented employees and to stand out amongst competitors.

Posted by Sarah Lardner on
29 July 2020

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Shaping your employee deal with benefits built for the future

Benefits audit | Benefits intelligence | Employee engagement | Culture | Flexible Benefits | Employee Experience

The impact of Covid-19 and a move to home working has created many opportunities for organisations to reshape their employee deal into one that embraces technology, facilitates increased levels of personalisation, has a ‘social purpose’, extends to the contingent workforce and is more holistic, covering financial, mental, physical and social elements of wellbeing. 

Posted by Justine Woolf on
21 July 2020

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The importance of culture when recruiting

Employee engagement | Culture | Employee Experience | Recruitment

An effective company culture permeates the entire employee lifecycle from the recruitment process through to the time an employee leaves the business and can act as a strong stable core within an organisation. Cathryn Edmondson offers some advice on how to ensure your company culture remains intact through periods of growth and recruitment.

Posted by Cathryn Edmondson on
21 July 2020

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