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  • Employee segmentation: the commercial opportunity for reward

    Date:
    2 May 2017

    Does your organisation take a one-size-fits-all approach to reward? Benjamin Viney, senior consultant for talent and rewards at Willis Towers Watson, looks at how businesses are using data to tailor reward programmes for different workforce segments.

  • Market-facing pay in the public sector: the role of the pay review bodies

    Date:
    11 May 2012

    This article looks at the work the independent review bodies have been asked by the Chancellor to carry out into how public-sector pay might be made more responsive to local labour markets, and examines the issues involved in moving to "market-facing" pay in the public sector. This article looks at the work the independent review bodies have been asked by the Chancellor to carry out into how public-sector pay might be made more responsive to local labour markets, and examines the issues involved in moving to "market-facing" pay in the public sector.

  • Reward strategy: what are the benefits of a global approach?

    Date:
    13 April 2012

    For businesses that have operations in more than one country, managing their global workforce can become a complex task. XpertHR talks to three experts to find out how their organisations manage reward in an international context.

  • How to harmonise terms and conditions in a unionised workplace

    Date:
    9 March 2012

    Standardising pay and conditions is never an easy task, especially where such an exercise involves several groups of workers. From a trade union perspective, we look in detail at a harmonisation process that led to a complete breakdown in industrial relations. We also review an exercise largely free from problems.

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