WhatsApp Group Chat – Best Practices in Candidate Compensation

There has been a long standing debate about the Best Practices in Candidate Compensation amongst Talent Acquisitionists and Employers alike. Whether to compensate them based on their experience or to adopt the market standards instead; has always been the dilemma. In an attempt to try to resolve this dilemma we @SourcingAdda conduct discussions to shed some light on such topics.

The WhatsApp forum is the perfect platform to resolve queries and to remain updated with the current practices followed by other organisations. The chats ensure the members stay abreast about the evolving trends as the inputs shared are from experienced Talent Magnets within the industry. We are able to do this thanks to our members especially Soumya from the Bangalore group who suggested we have a discussion on, “What do you think is the best way to compensate a candidate, by their experience or to go by the market standards?”  We’re certain you’d like to sneak in any useful insights you can have access to hence for your review we’re disclosing the entire chat so you can ponder on with all the information shared. Therefore be sure to share your inputs in the comments section as we’d like to get more perspectives in the meantime let’s begin…

There you go you’ve got the entire chat for your reference to review and swift through the information shared to retain what you’d need. Now that you’ve gone through the information shared you can then make an informed decision as to the basis of how a Candidate’s compensation can be done. Once you have all the information you can then form a compensation band that works for your organisation.

If you’ve found this information insightful then we’re sure you’d be interested in Safe Guarding Current & Future Business Prospects as Consultants.  Moreover if you’d like to be an active learner and participate in the discussions then here’s what you can do in 2 simple steps,

 

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WhatsApp. Group Chat – Best Career Shift for Recruiters

 

The talk of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Designing Thinking (DT), Automation, Big Data, Analytics and bots has been going viral and is now trending in the Recruitment Sphere. While it’s interesting and fun we also need to realise that these changes directly impact us as Talent Acquisitionist. What it means is we need to prepare ourselves right now as the job market may change with various manual tasks becoming automated.

Having, said that the WhatsApp. Wednesday discussion was on, “What can be the best career shift for Recruiters?” as suggested by one of the Bangalore Group members Senthil. We’re sure you’d like to know more about this hence we’ll be disclosing the chat below for your review…

Well this brings our discussion to an end with inputs for you to review and make your own preparations for the future. If you’ve found these inputs insightful then you’ll want to know more about safe guarding current & future business Consultants prospects. If you’ve decided to be an active learner then here are 2 simple things you can do right now, i.e.

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WhatsApp Group Chat – Humane Way to Conduct Layoffs and the Controversies

The Talent Acquisition profession is no stranger to the concept of Layoffs or the controversies surrounding it such as what is the humane way to conduct them? We’ve heard so much negativity about it but how many of us have really focussed on the positive aspects to realise the silver lining in such scenarios.

We @SourcingAdda constantly strive to help you stay updated with the changing trends in the Industry we’re both passionate about. And we are able to do that thanks to the participation of our members especially one of our Chennai Group member’s Rafeeq who suggested having a discussion on, “With the latest lay off controversy in Tech Mahindra; what is the humane way to lay off someone?” And here’s what we uncovered but do remember that right after that we’ll highlight the key take away pointers for your reference. So let’s begin…

Humane Way to Conduct Layoffs and the Controversies

Were you wondering about what is the humane way to conduct Layoffs then the conversation above may have cleared all your concerns. If yes, then we’re certain you want to review all the points that were discussed so here are the key take away points to assist you in retaining what you’ve learnt…

Understand the consequences of your actions

General Perspective

  • There are always two sides to a story hence one needs to check about the other side as well before passing judgement.
  • An individual in this situation has a natural tendency to do a self-assessment
  • When conveying the message ensure you think from a Doctor’s perspective conveying the message to the patient suffering from Cancer.
  • Recruiters and Employers need to be more empathetic to the situation
  • The Employee/s needs to be handled wisely and in a considerate manner
  • Nor Recruiters or Employers and neither Employees are innocent all need to do their part and work hard.
  • Bearing the cost of tomorrow is huge
  • You also need to consider the aspect that you don’t know what the next action plan of the employee might be.
  • If the Management is imposing their decision of expecting the Employee to resign overnight and require the HR to follow through with it then deal with the situation with the utmost care.
  • As far as possible the Management or Employer needs to avoid such scenarios from occurring hence the panning needs to be done in more efficient manner.
  • One can be as humane as one wants to when conveying the message across
  • No matter what you do asking anyone to leave their paying job is going to hurt
  • Even if you put it softly or rudely (which one shouldn’t do), people are not going to like it

Recruiters Perspective

  • As Recruiters, understand the consequences of your actions, words and the tone you use when conveying the message.
  • Your lack of empathy can result in drastic actions taken by the employee that is laid off
  • Know that today it is the Candidate tomorrow it can be you the Recruiter
  • Recruiters should find a way to soften the blow as it is undoubtedly not a good situation
  • As fellow Recruiters you also need to realise the reasons behind the Recruiters behaviour towards an Employee’s layoff.
  • Know that sometimes it’s probably the Management who may have pressured the HR to do things that they normally wouldn’t do if they were in their right mind.
  • In such a scenario it is essential for an HR to figure out the best way to convey the message in an appropriate manner irrespective of the Managements instruction as far as possible.

Employers Perspective

  • When a company decides to layoff an employee they need to make appropriate provisions available if possible to help the candidate move on.
  • When inappropriate behaviour is expressed by an HR the Employer should ensure that even their HR under goes NLP trainings for improvement.
  • It is important that organisations give the employee notice /cross skill training
  • They should be clear about the amount the Employee will get once they leave the organisation
  • When you lay off Employees it helps when you offer them certain benefits like health if possible as this good gesture may reduce the casualties in the process.

Employees Perspective

  • One video clip or audio clip will not summarise the entire scenario
  • And no matter what you do you’ll never get the true reasons for ones actions
  • Exposing ones shot comings may minimize the organisations chances of capturing talent in future.
  • Simply ruining an organisations reputation doesn’t mean they won’t get candidates for further requirements.
  • All it does is it gives, the afflicted individual an outlet to get their frustrations out but in turn the person exposing the organisation’s short coming’s their reputation tends to get ruined.
  • This leaves the afflicted person even more upset further as it reduces their chances to get hired in another organisation.

Reasons for Layoffs

Employers Perspective

Down Sizing

  • Layoffs happen when the project is …
  • Running in the non-profit zone
  • Going to shut down
  • Employees aren’t ready to accept the changes
  • Not ready to move to other opportunities within the same company
  • Employers should ensure that their Employees under -go extreme intense Behavioural Training and Coaching post the inappropriate behaviour but if the Employee improves great else lay the person off.
  • Most companies are consolidating businesses and maximizing profits at whatever cost, even if it means people have to be let go.
  • Businesses are run on profitability & value to the share -holders
  • Many of them are living a retired life & dependent on the return on investment
  • Right sizing has always been a norm for such companies
  • Economic / Business reasons forces the unwary management to downsize

Right Sizing

  • With the ever increasing costs of IT professionals India is slowly losing its preferred outsourcing destination status.
  • Every organisation is focused on profit margins
  • With cost pressures and reduced margins companies are always trying to find ways to stay in business
  • Using newer technologies and automation can help companies achieve their goals with minimum costs.

Conducting Layoffs in a humane way

  • To help the process go as smoothly as possible
    • When breaking the news to the Employee, choose your words carefully as they will have an impact; hence your approach should be –
      • Empathetic
      • Thoughtful
      • Appropriate
      • Consistent message
      • Done with care
      • Done with dexterity
    • Listening to your employees’ –
    • Concerns
    • Fears
    • Questions
    • The above aspects help them –
    • Through the grieving process
    • Understand what their options are
    • Come to grips / terms with the situation
    • When speaking with the employee –
    • Explain the real reasons for the changes in the organization and layoff
    • Let the person know that the layoff doesn’t reflect your impression of them or their reputation
    • Avoid being rude or stern and telling them that they need to resign today itself
    • Organizations need to understand & handle cases sensitively
    • A lot of preparation is needed before you execute your plan
    • You need to consider the employees perspective as well in your planning as you need to think about what if someone runs to the terrace to jump off, hence you also need to monitor the Employees you lay off.
    • Handling a life altering situation is a tricky business & requires maturity beyond expectations, which is lacking among today’s professionals.
    • The attitude is such that it’s just another task and no is not the answer

Precautions to be taken

Before Layoffs

  • Any hard talk can be handled in a humane way
  • Resorting to downsizing leaves very less scope for empathy, compassion and the humane approach we’re talking so much about.
  • Periodically a mature Management can organise engagements with employees through the HR
  • Engagements can help to set the Employee expectations right & prepare them for future challenges, changes & disruptions.
  • Engagements should be linked to annual review & appraisal as a prerequisite
  • First try to re-purpose the individual to another project if there is a possibility
  • The process should be ascertained in such a way that an employee can be recalled for any future opportunities.
  • In the event of reducing staff it is important to treat the employee the same way they were treated when they were first on boarded.
  • The most important aspect is that they are also human and there is a high possibility that we may face a similar situation in future.
  • Give them the real reason for this decision rather than saying “performance issues”
  • There are regulations that protect the financial interest of the person getting separated like –
  • Monthly Salary
  • Gratuity
  • Ex gratia
  • Severance pay

After Layoffs

  • You need to treat them with the same respect and trust as you would yourself unless you’re concerned that the employee will e-mail everyone in the company.
  • It is essential that you not make the employee feel like a criminal –
  • Leave the building now
  • Cut off access unless you’re concerned that the employee will email everyone in the company
  • Involve them in day to day activities don’t make them feel alien all of a sudden.
  • Allow the employee to cancel the scheduled appointments if a client is showing up later the same day.
  • Try and ensure that you give earlier notice as it is the professional way to handle layoffs
  • Allow people to serve the entire notice period (this could be a 2 edged sword as well if the person starts bad mouthing the organization while staying on).
  • Get the management to agree to give severance pay if people are being asked not to serve a notice period as well.
  • Always try to have a face to face discussion rather than a conversation via call or e-mail informing them that their job has gone.
  • Schedule for a small Career Counselling or a Counselling session
  • Check within your network to see if there are any vacancies that can help them
  • Give all required support to the person being asked to go.
  • Let them know that as and when an opportunity arises in the organization, they would be the 1st ones to be reconsidered.

The benefits of Layoffs

  • The new era is characterized by rapid changes in technology
  • The Layoff phase provides a great opportunity for Recruiters and HRs to capture talented folks
  • Laid off Candidates can be perfect replacements for vacant roles in mid-level and small companies as they can maintain the balance.

Get the facts in place

Employee/Candidate Perspective

Accept Certain Facts

  • It is important for candidates to realise that it’s because of their talent and hard work that a Company grows and not the other way around.
  • The relation that a candidate and company share is such that one cannot do without the other
  • Candidates need to –
  • Realise where they stand
  • Understand the gravity of the situation they are in
  • Understand the circumstances as they stand / are
  • Understand the risk involved
  • Understand that they may face unemployment for long durations
  • Realise that they shouldn’t sell themselves short but be reasonable about it
  • Employees / professionals working in the private sector should not assume continued stability in their current engagement with an organization.
  • Change & rapid disruption is life which people need to accept
  • They need to keep themselves abreast with new methods of work, learn new skills & unlearn as well.
  • This will make people strive towards re-skilling themselves, improving their efficiency / effectiveness & remain relevant or seek out other options.
  • On the other hand IT professionals should understand the need of the hour and prepare themselves
  • To stay prepared it is absolutely essential for IT professionals to up-skill / multi – skill themselves to avoid being laid off.

Recruiters Perspective

  • Candidates from MNCs generally would not opt for start-ups or mid – level organizations and the salary isn’t the constraint.
  • At the same time Recruiters need to take care not to take undue advantage of the Candidates venerability and exploit it.

Accept certain facts

  • Even though it’s a competition to capture the best Talent that doesn’t mean candidates have no choice in the matter.
  • They can decide whether they want to take the opportunity or go another way
  • Candidates have no choice is one of the many misconceptions recruiters have; so you need to stay clear of such myths as they’ve always got a choice and so do you.
  • It’s the Candidates life and they have a right to select either your opportunity or wait for a better one, no matter how dire the circumstances may be.
  • As HRs we may ask for suggestions but the reality is that ultimately the decision to implement the suggestions rest’s in the decision makers we can hardly impose them.
  • HR and Management should organize periodic engagements with all employees where they are given the right perspective on the overall scenario.

Employers perspective

Accept the certain facts

  • Majority of the opinions that came out today were rather populist or idealist ones
  • Retrain to retain is actually a big joke
  • Communism inside a capitalist framework is too much to expect
  • Financial implications are huge
  • Businesses doesn’t run that way

The Scenario

  • Layoff’s in India are going to be a recurrent scenario
  • That’s the way it happens in the US and that’s what is being patronized in India
  • Layoffs affect us so much because we’re not used to being asked to go, rather we’re used to deciding if we want to move to another organization or no.
  • No matter which way you put it, a layoff for anyone especially in India comes as a big blow due to financial liabilities.
  • The “one earning member in the family” setup is slowly fading away but still exists

Reasons why people avoid asking for help and get frustrated

  • The reasons are why people don’t reach out to other people for help and get frustrated
    • While the sun is shining, people are making hay (buying things – be it homes, vehicles, etc.) without any back-up plan in most cases.
    • Another problem is the social stigma that people fear (what will so and so think and say?)
    • Ideally the severance package is anywhere between 2-3 months full salary so it’s not the immediate financial impact but the loss of face among family & friends that matters.

Given the amount of insights shared we think it is safe to say that we’ve covered almost all the possible aspects that needed to be addressed. Having said that, we’re sure you’d like to know more about the Best Employee Engagement practices as well.

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WhatsApp Group Chat – What will be the Future of HR?

The HR profession has always been around and is constantly evolving. With the arrival of Artificial Intelligence automation is the next logical step. Having said that, it’s only obvious for one to wonder whether the future of HR looks promising?

We @SourcingAdda as usual strive to bring you the latest updates in the Industry we’re passionate about. And we’re able to do that thanks to the participation of our WhatsApp. Group members and this time one of our Mumbai Group member’s Amit. Who suggested conducting a discussion on, “What will be the future of HR?” With automation being introduced for the tasks that can be automated and we’re sure you’d like to know what was discussed for future reference. Hence we’ll be disclosing the discussion and thereafter we’ll also be sharing the key take away pointers for you to review. So let’s begin…

Here is where the discussion ends and after reviewing the chat we can safely say that we’ve received interesting insights about the possible future. Having the information helps us to prepare for the future well in advance. So let’s find out about the key take away pointers about the future of HR, so here goes…

The Bleak or Bright Future of HR

To find out which one applies you’ll have to decide after going through what has been mentioned.

The Bright Future of HR

  • Automation makes us efficient hence Companies will implement automation wherever applicable
  • Machines won’t replace humans especially since its human resources.
  • HRs need to adapt to automation real fast as it’s the survival of the fittest
  • The future of HR can be thought of in 2 dimensions namely,
  1. Operations
    1. A lot of automation of tasks
  2. Analytics
    1. Requires the use of a humans brain
    2. Once algorithms have been formulated then they can be created to the understanding of a machines
    3. With machine learning even analytics will be automated
  • The future of HR can…
    1. Be to build current and future competence
    2. Be Business focussed
    3. Contribute to the bottom line by ensuring…
  1. Quality and Skilled Workforce
  2. Succession Planning
  • Innovative Programs for Retention
  • The Future of HR will have 3 big changes, namely
  1. HR processes will be automated and be cloud based
  2. Recruitment will remain personalized and candidate centric
  3. HR will continue to evolve into human capital management
  • The Industry will be a more competitive one with the help of AI and Chat bots
  • Introduction of systems have added to new job vacancies that require new implementations hence companies are hiring…
    • System specialists
    • Cross training recruiters
  • Automation will help recruiters spend time in…
    • Strategic plans to close requirements
    • Connect with cross functional teams, business heads for effective conversations
  • We’ve already seen a lot of atomised tools replacing traditional ways of working within HR but it will take time.
  • AI in no case will be in a position which diminishes the role and impact of HR personnel, for the reasons mentioned below:
    • No machine can replace man when it comes to emotional quotient
    • The emotional quotient is the differentiating factor between other Management people and the HR.
    • Companies without an HR advisor or HRBP will fail to accommodate their employee grievances, engagement, retention, trainings.
    • Automation will just be a small portion of the HRM function
    • Without the human touch or human factor entire manpower talent system will helpless!

The Bleak Future of HR

  • With more automation and self- service employees will hardly require precision support
  • HR Transactions including C & B can easily be outsourced
  • HR will ultimately be conducting more strategic work with the help of analytics
  • Most people believe digitalisation automation in HR field will replace humans.

Task Automation

Tasks that can be automated

  • Chat bots, ATS, AI will help HR save time behind screening and sourcing
  • Initially Training and Development was required to train Employees
  • Automation will make –
    • The evaluation process easy without it done manually
    • It easy to understand the analysis and data where earlier employees needed to be trained on it.
    • Bots will answer first level queries for –
      • Employees
      • Jobseekers
      • Prospects
      • Leads
    • Take care of redundant tasks such as –
      • Resume Parsing
      • Suggesting Similar Candidates while sourcing
      • Streamlining and suggesting Performance Management
      • Automated emails to the relevant candidates
      • Calculate the stability trend of a resource using AI
      • Repetitive tasks like maintaining attendance records, etc.

Tasks that cannot be automated

  • Human touch is required in HR so automation will not affect the core aspects of HR i.e. relationship building.
  • The role of a ‘business partner’ cannot be automated, as employees need to be actively engaged in the company hence human touch is essential.
  • Even if most tasks are automated there is a high chance that the HR will be the ones managing the automated tasks.
  • Skill sets will play a major role in jobs.
  • As all of us i.e. Clients, HR, Employees, Vendors are human beings a machine or an algorithm can never have Empathy.

The evolving HR functions

  • Automation/Digitization of HR has shifted HR functions right from HR Head to CHRO to CEO.
  • An Administrative function of multi-tasking & wearing differences, Hats of Marketer, Brand Ambassadors, Analyst, Change Agents etc…
  • HR has taken a front seat today in core Business Decisions, fetching the actual meaning of HR Business Partners & splitting the role HR Employee Partners from HRBP’s.
  • Shifts in Recruitment function such as Manual Hiring to Job Portals to Social Media to Internet Mining etc. & from Newspaper Marketing to Digital Marketing.
  • This all has been possible due to Automation as HR has been able to retrieve lot of Statistics, Insights, bringing Transparencies in the overall system.
  • Companies have realized the fact & have shifted their focus from just being Customer Centric to Employee Centric as well.
  • As long as there are jobs there will be a need for HR
  • People with other domain knowledge can’t handle HR tasks
  • With automation, manual interference is required to check on proper administration
  • A probable challenge can be in selecting a candidate who has multi skills in HR
  • In HR handling the accountabilities with less expectation on CTC, so there is a high possibility that women might dominate in the future.

Pillars of HR now

  • The definition of Business Partner might change further but the roles will still be to bring more “Return on Investments”.
  • In Recruitment one of the trends followed is BULK hiring for fresher and the fallout is that
  • Some candidates may be unskilled
  • The meagre skilled candidates get a job and survive with on the job learning.
  • The Industry will move into hand-picking mode
  • With the use of hand – picking mode making it extremely difficult for candidates to get a job with mere 4 years of engineering attendance.
  • In Employee Engagement
    • Employee engagement means engaging employees to the core, not just particular celebration days and outings.
    • To successfully engage employees; requires a different set of skill sets
    • In an Organisation it is all about building team relationships and business collaborations
    • The concept of fun and related activities might disappear as the average age of the work-force might be in the mid-thirties.
    • Recognition may be extremely narrowed down due to supreme performers
    • The Job market seems saturated in the last 5-7 years
    • The attrition might be reduced as a result the organizations focus might drastically shift away from Engagement to Competence Improvement i.e. to be future ready.
  • In Learning & Development
    • The Storm of next GEN will be coming where individuals will be more equipped with latest skill sets and will be advanced technologically.
    • The Current workforce who realise that will also notice the sheen of the industry gone.
    • The HR workforce will not wait for the organizations to invest on their learning curves as they would lose out on the opportunities available.
    • Individuals will start spending to increase their skill levels to be competitive in the Job market.
  • As a Performance Manager
    • There is a high possibility that the transfer of ownership will be completely shift from the HR to Business.
    • The concept of moving away from the Bell Curve will engulf the industry
    • The organizations will make way for a broader and transparent appraisal system.

Benefits of HR Technology

  • When it comes to HR technology, the good thing is that…
    • All the new technologies will be highly integrated in letting the HR professional see the trends and insights.
    • These trends are really crucial for HR to be able to make decisions and manage human capital.
  • Technology plays a major role in…
    • Identifying talent to handle the employee lifecycle management
    • Maintaining workforce data
    • Analysing the talent trends
    • Facilitating online training
  • Organisations with the right type of talent and that know how to make the most of HR technologies are bound to succeed.
  • Automation of HR tasks is a relief for most Recruiters as they get to focus more on the strategic aspects of HR thus delivering their best for the organisational success.

General perspectives to keep in mind

  • The focus should be more on strategic HR than transactional.
  • Organization’s in India are not yet matured to a level that it will replace human beings
  • But in the next 10 – 15 years it will be more of
    • Analytics
    • Data driven approaches
  • Such changes will replace the traditional ways of working
  • The need of the hour is to do more with less and be cost effective
  • HR as a whole has always been cost-centres which need to move into profit centres and adapt to these changes quickly.

We leave you with some insights that can make all the difference to your approach in a career choice. It is a known fact that technology cannot replace the human element in the HR profession. According to Jack Ma “Machine intelligence is by the brain […] and you can always make a machine learn the knowledge but it is difficult for machines to have a human heart.” Therefore HRs can be rest assured that they need not worry about automation when it comes to maintaining human relations as these slots will always remain open if unoccupied.

Moreover, if Recruiter’s follow these simple Mantras…

  • ‘Specialization’ which is the key to one’s survival
  • Learn – Try – Adapt

Chances are they’ll stand a better competitive advantage to getting hired provided they have the knowledge that their competitors lack.

If you’ve enjoyed what you’ve learnt, are sure that you‘d like to learn more about Professional Certifications in HR and are wondering how you can contribute then here’s what you can do…

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WhatsApp group Chat – Current Trends in Compensation & Benefits Management

We’ve heard a lot about the current trends in compensation & benefits management. We’re certain that we may have missed some things and would like to stay updated with the trends. What better way is there than to have a WhatsApp discussion addressing the “Current Trends in Compensation & Benefits Management” as suggested by one of our Hyderabad Group member Santosh. And since we have members from various companies on the @SourcingAdda platform we’ll be able to get a fair idea about the compensation and benefits management practiced in their respective organisations.  Therefore let’s review the discussion and thereafter we can sift through the key take away pointers to help us retain what we’ve learnt. So let’s view the discussion below…

The above conversation clearly suggests that the inputs received are sure to help you stay updated. And if you’ve found it beneficial then we’re sure that you’d like to catch the key take away pointers as well so here goes…

Current Trends

Flexibility

  • More flexibility is given to employees due to the change in the mind sets with more control over their time.
  • More people are opting out of full time employment
  • Shifting to contract based opportunities because it gives them full control over their –
  • Time
  • Growth
  • Education
  • Job Security
  • Flexible benefits are a good practice these days as it creates a feel good factor for employees since they had chosen their compensation structure.

Technology

Use of Technology like organisational software helps to reduce the countless hours spent in manual administrations.

Personalisation

With flexibility becoming a norm Employees will expect personalised Compensation and Benefits that are in keeping to their life stage and personal needs.

Health & Wellness

  • Most employees consider their health & wellness to be their individual responsibility hence they expect organisations to provide facilities like –
    • Medical insurance
    • Sick Leaves
    • Occasional off – site activities
    • These perks are more applicable in large scale organisations

General Perspective

  • Compensation and benefits are mostly lopsided
  • There is no industry based or standardised way to adhere to this crucial area
  • End of the day employees are not interested in these details
  • Employees are worried only about their –
    • Take home salary
    • Tax ambit to be accounted and planned for
  • Standardisation would help arrest attrition on many counts
  • Industry churning of employees will come down drastically
  • Incentives and commissions play a pivotal role when it comes to finalizing compensation by mid-level and small companies
  • Compensation and benefits are based on the type of role & the Company size –
  • Typically contractual roles are paid peanuts
  • Large scale companies try to push for these as the cost impact is lesser
  • There is a proper benchmarking put in place in large scale companies
  • In smaller companies there is hardly any benchmarking
  • If a resource is critical to the business the Employer offers a high salary to such Employees
  • Businesses keep increasing the salary but at the cost of others who may be equally important
  • Grab the best offer so wait till the next offer to decide which one is the best one for you
  • Lack of standardisation has led to lack of long term commitment & / faith in values such as
    • Allegiance
    • Loyalty
    • Gratitude
  • All the arithmetic details of the Compensation & Benefits fail to strike a chord

Well the above pointers have covered the interesting conversation and we’re sure you’d have received interesting insights that you might not have considered. If yes, then we’re sure you’d want to know more about Relevant Professional Certifications in HR for a Career in I.T. Organisations. If you’ve found these discussions worth your while then here’s what you can do to be a part of these discussions in two simple steps namely,

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