A total rewards program is
made up of several elements ó
WorldatWork lists them as
compensation, benefits, worklife
performance management and
talent development ó so itís no
wonder that putting together
successful packages is a complicated,
endeavor. Thereís so much to
consider and evaluate, and if
youíre like most of your HR and
compensation colleagues, you
have a lot of questions.
Well hey ó thatís what this
ebook is here for.
Rusty Lindquist, VP of Thought
Leadership at BambooHR; Dave
Smith, Chief Product Officer at
PayScale and Jill Christensen,
Founder of Jill Christensen Intl.,
recently hosted a panel discussion
in which they offered insights
and tips on the biggest,
most frequent concerns around
total rewards. What follows is a
distillation of their very helpful
advice on the most common
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