Benefits and pay

Want to double your pay? Think about a move to Asia

Posted by Wendy Nicholls

We all know that for many multinationals, Asia is the place to be. But this means that there’s a huge demand for talented people and not enough of them to go around. And for HR this presents a real challenge: … Continue reading

Fair pay for complex public sector roles

Posted by Phil Kenmore

It seems to me that expectations and reward for public servants are moving in opposite directions. Instead of reflecting the increasing demands made of local authority managers, pay is falling relative to other sectors. Following drastic cuts in staffing levels … Continue reading

3 classic HR issues and how aligning processes could hold the answer

Posted by Kayleigh Nance

Recently I’ve been thinking about HR as a discipline and how rapidly it has changed in the past decade (or two). At one point, HR wasn’t getting the respect it deserved. Thankfully, times have changed. With the ability to extrapolate … Continue reading

When it comes to pay and benefits – are we better off working closer to home?

Posted by David Smith

I recently took a trip back to my home town to see my family. I grew up about 7 miles east of Manchester in the borough of Tameside. The industrial revolution had a significant impact on this area with several factories producing … Continue reading

Can more sophisticated reward strategies help Russian multinationals win the war for talent?

Posted by Yury Levichev

Each week, we examine the economic context of an emerging market and the implications for multinationals’ reward policies. This week, Yury Levichev looks at Russia. I bumped into an old colleague the other day as he was heading off to … Continue reading

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