Compensatin

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Compensation
– The sum total of all forms of payments or rewards provided to employees for performing tasks to achieve organizational objectives

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Compensation- Nature and scope
• The complex process includes decisions regarding variable pay and benefits • It suggests an exchange relationship between the employee and the organization • It involves design, development, implementation, communication and the evaluation of reward strategy and process of the organization

Compensation Objectives
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To reward employees’ past performance fairly, in line with efforts, skills and competencies To attract and retain competitive high performing employees To motivate the high performing employees and reinforce desirable employee behaviour
To remain competitive in the labor market

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To align employees’ future performance with organizational goals To communicate the employees their worth to the organization
To provide employee social status

• Strategic compensation
– Using the compensation plan to support the company’s strategic aims. – Focuses employees’ attention on the values of winning, execution, and speed, and on being better, faster, and more competitive..

• IBM

Strategic Compensation Planning
• Strategic Compensation Planning
– Links the compensation of employees to the mission, objectives, philosophies, and culture of the organization. – Serves to identify the net monetary payments made to employees with specific functions of the HR program in establishing a pay-forperformance standard. – Seeks to motivate employees through compensation.

Compensation Policy Issues
• • • • • • • • Pay for performance Pay for seniority Salary increases and promotions Overtime and shift pay Probationary pay Paid and unpaid leaves Paid holidays Salary compression (A salary inequity problem, generally caused by inflation, resulting…...

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