Reward strategies

Without local knowledge, multinationals in Africa are at risk of missing out in the war for talent

Posted by Vijay Gandhi

Each week, we examine the economic context of an emerging market and the implications for multinationals’ reward policies. This week, Vijay Gandhi looks at Africa. I read recently that Africa will see a population explosion nearly unprecedented in human history … Continue reading

When executive incentives go bad

Posted by Carl Sjostrom

For me, arguing against a link between executive pay and performance is like arguing against motherhood and apple pie. After all, you hire an executive to perform for your business – so why not pay them for how well they … Continue reading

How can firms get to grips with Brazil’s unique reward challenges?

Posted by Gustavo Tavares

Each week, we examine the economic context of an emerging market and the implications for multinationals’ reward policies. This week, Gustavo Tavares looks at Brazil. It struck me that a recent ad slogan for Johnnie Walker whisky neatly summed up … Continue reading

With salaries shooting up, could China be losing its luster?

Posted by Wendy Nicholls

Each week, we examine the economic context of an emerging market and the implications for multinationals’ reward policies. This week, Wendy Nicholls looks at China. China’s economy may have cooled down in recent years, but it’s still expanding at an … Continue reading

Even monkeys are looking for greater reward fairness

Posted by Tom McMullen

“Monkeys that had previously been perfectly happy with a slice of cucumber suddenly stopped accepting it when they saw their partners getting a grape.”  – Nature Magazine (2004) Concepts of fairness and equity are developed at a young age and … Continue reading

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