On 2nd March 2018, United Airlines President Scott Kirby attempted to spice up the life of his employees. The organization decided to get a little creative with their rewards system and messed with employee bonuses. In case you haven’t heard (which would be surprising given the stir it has created), the scheme was this – you take … Continue reading What was United thinking?
HR giants have been tom-tomming about recognition for a long time now. Recognition quickly then translates into rewards which then ends up with your organization rolling out yet another “recognition” mechanism. We are bombarded by statistics surrounding recognition all the time ‘80% of employees claim that recognition is a strong motivator of work performance’ (http://www.businessinsider.in/10-Reasons-Your-Best-Employees-Are-Leaving-You/10-Reasons-Your-Best-Employees-Are-Leaving-You/slideshow/40318344.cms) … Continue reading Recognition? What?
On my travel (Yes, I have been travelling again), I happened to attend an SHRM forum titled “Is Recognition underplayed in a Total Reward System”. This forum was interesting not because it brought to the surface something new, but because it served as a good reminder of things we tend to forget. The speaker supplemented … Continue reading Total Rewards & Recognition
Like all things that need to be regularly upgraded, World at Work is attempting to redefine Total Rewards. As a part of the process,they have launched a survey to help gather views. The survey contains interesting questions like: Should performance mgmt be a part of total records? What term should total rewards be replaced with? … Continue reading Redefining Total Rewards