This week, the Compensation Daily Advisor discussed pay-for-performance, FMLA, and what it takes to be successful. Here’s the Compensation Daily Advisor week in review.
Can’t Pay for Performance if Can’t Measure Performance—Most organizations have an accountant and an attorney and an insurance agent, says consultant Paul R. Dorf, Ph.D., APD, but many companies haven’t done much with getting professional assistance with compensation, and that’s going to be increasingly important.
Goal Setting with the “SMART” Model—Consultant Paul R. Dorf, Ph.D., APD, discussed the SMART approach in developing goals.
Healthcare Premiums During Leave—FMLA Hassle #12—What are the requirements for maintaining healthcare insurance for employees on FMLA leave? This article offers some guidance to this tricky question.
Recouping FMLA Premiums—Legal, But Not Necessarily Easy—When an employee fails to return from FMLA leave, for at least 30 calendar days, the employer may demand payment of its share of the health premiums paid during the leave. However, that may not be easy, and it may not be sensible.
What Does it Take to Be Successful? Ask an Expert—When people ask what it takes to be successful in business, my response is often, “You should ask someone who is,” says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald. The best way to learn about anything is to ask someone who has been successful at it.
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