Why Wall Street won't ever change their spending ways
Aubrey Daniels' Blog
I have little faith that Wall Street will ever get smarter about how they spend their money...
Santa Says Year-End Bonuses Aren't For Everyone
It’s that time of year when companies continue to throw good money after bad, even in an economy where we can least afford to waste time and money. A Robert Half survey indicates that a majority of companies that give end- of-year bonuses plan to increase them over last year...
Giving Them the Business: Generating Performance that Pays
In 2009, as the United States slid into recession, most people were happy to keep their jobs, much less receive extra money in their paychecks. Not so with the team members of the Bob Barker Company...
Stakeholder Pay: An Alternative Compensation System that Reduces Unemployment and Stabilizes Profit Margins
Recession, inflation, regulation, taxation, market demand, global competition, the minimum wage, cheaper foreign labor, technology, unions, and a changing workforce are some of the reasons given for layoffs...
The Need for an Integrated Performance Measurement System
An organization is a group of people working toward common goals. But what is the common goal given this array of disconnected measures? The conventional measurement system may create unrelated or even competing goals...
Desigining a Compensation Program That Motivates and Produces a Profit-Driven Workplace
A compensation program that will actually improve and sustain key employee performances must conform to behavioral principles...
The Leader’s Role in Pay Systems and Organizational Performance
Compensation and Benefits Review
Leaders try to create followers by providing good pay, benefits, and a comfortable place to work. However, these factors alone never capture discretionary effort—the hallmark of an effective leader. Pay and benefits are necessary but not sufficient.