A rewards strategy must be deliberately created to support an organization’s unique human capital strategy.
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• Establishing Strategic Pay Plans
• Pay Level Decision
• Job Evaluation and Classification
• Pay Policy
• Income Replacement Programs
• Time Off Plans and Approaches
For many years, rewards programs were viewed primarily as a necessary evil to attract and retain competent employees. Although the people costs of running a business average nearly 40 percent of revenues, rewards programs always were not aligned with reap the greatest return on this considerable investment.
Employers have the opportunity to leverage the value of their total rewards program to provide solutions to key business challenges such as the aging workforce, competitive changes in the marketplace and the need to maximize the value of business mergers and acquisitions. Employers are also realizing that they can’t merely mimic the rewards practices of other organizations.
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