Pay for Performance: Keys to Engaging and Retaining Your Best Employees - on CD
As the economy continues to improve, your employees are starting to look elsewhere for new opportunities -- and more often than not, they're the very ones you can't afford to lose. To keep your top talent around for the long haul, align your retention strategy with a pay-for-performance culture, one that keeps your organization moving forward.
Implementing an effective and objective pay for performance management process helps you communicate expectations and results to your employees, which in turn drives higher performance levels from them. And given the high costs of turnover -- particularly when you lose a star performer -- you can’t afford to take advantage of every retention opportunity.
Don't miss our in-depth pay-for-performance webinar when you'll learn:
- How to plan your pay-for-performance strategy to get the maximum return on investment
- The keys to setting clear goals and defining appropriate rewards -- as well as how to communicate them to both employees and management
- How to clearly define -- and appropriately value -- pay-for-performance in your organization's compensation philosophy
- The primary components every effective performance management process must have
- Practical strategies for measuring employees' progress fairly and effectively
- The kinds of metrics you should use, and how they vary for corporate/organizational, business unit, and individual goals
- What a successful performance management and goal setting process looks like, using sample outlines
- Why linking pay with performance is so crucial, and practical steps for implementation
In just 90 minutes, you'll learn how to improve your compensation system with the performance metrics that mean the most to meeting your objectives while retaining your best talent in the process. Order now!
About your presenters:
Diana D. Neelman, CCP, is a Principal and Senior Consultant with Compensation Resources, Inc, in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. With over 20 years of collective compensation and HR experience, Neelman is responsible for business development and project management in all areas of compensation, consulting to a variety of industries on salary administration, performance management, and incentive compensation, with a specific emphasis on executive and general compensation matters within not-for-profit organizations. Neelman is responsible for developing and conducting training programs covering various compensation topics. Furthermore, she oversees CRI’s Survey Department, which publishes various compensation and benefits studies each year.
Mary A. Rizzuti, CCP, PHR is a Principal and Senior Consultant with CRI. Ms. Rizzuti has been with CRI since 1997, and has over fifteen (15) years of compensation experience. She serves as Project Manager for consulting projects, with extensive experience within the not-for-profit and private company sectors, relative to Executive Compensation, Salary Administration, Sales Compensation, Performance Management, and Litigation Support. Ms. Rizzuti has experience working with Senior Management and Boards of Directors in communicating best practices and market analyses. She is responsible for the review, analysis and development of various compensation and human resource programs relating to CRI's consulting practice. She also leads CRI’s Training Institute, delivering customized compensation and human resources training for senior leadership and human resources professionals.