This week, the Compensation Daily Advisor discussed pay-for-performance, flexible work arrangements, and leadership traits. Here’s the Compensation Daily Advisor week in review.
Pay-for-Performance? Three Questions to Ask First—Expert Brooke Green advises employers to ask themselves three key question before considering a pay-for-performance program at their organization.
Pay-for-Performance—Is Management Willing?—You shouldn’t attempt to implement a pay-for performance approach to compensation it if management isn’t willing to do its job in performance evaluation, says expert Brooke Green.
Flex Arrangements—Outmoded Laws Are a Chokehold—What are flexible workplace arrangements (FWAs)? Attorney David Fortney discusses FWAs and the laws that come into play.
FWA Policy Makers Mostly Ignorant of Business Realities—The government has initiatives in work/life balance including flexible work arrangements (FWAs), says attorney David Fortney, but those making the proposals are often not cognizant of the true effect of their mandates.
It Takes Three—Creative Type, Business Type, and ?—I once read that you need three people to run a successful business—a creative leader, a businessperson, and an a**hole (Sorry, but that’s what it said!), says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald.
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