Compensation

Human Resources

How Organizations are Revamping HR Policies to Suit the Changing Demographics of the Workforce

Employers once ruled the market with the privilege of being able to hire the best candidate, the priorities have changed--with a focus more on development, transparency and work-life balance

Here's Why Indian Government is Not in Solidarity with #OROP

Ex-servicemen of the army who are also One Rank One Pension campaigners explain why the Indian government is not in total solidarity with their promises for the defense sector

How Start-up Funds are Putting a Price Tag to the Moral Karma of Investors and Mentors

It works great for investors to incentivize people who refer start-ups to them.

Why Paying Your Team Members the Way Tesla Pays Elon Musk Will Improve Their Performance

The unconventional compensation plan provides incentives to drive results and stick around.

#5 Reasons Why Compensation Bench-Marking Is Essential For an Organization

The impact of compensation bench-marking extends to gaining a strong corporate identity and provides a competitive edge by building effective employee engagement strategies

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