Incentivizing employees based on performance makes a ton of sense. High performing employees should get a bigger piece of the pie, while low performers may not get a raise. In fact, according to PayScale’s 2017 Compensation Best Practices Report, performance was the number one reason for giving increases last year. Organizations are moving away from using COLA as a reason for across the board raises.
Join PayScale’s Mykkah Herner and Chris Estes to learn how to do pay-for-performance well and why paying for performance remains a strong compensation best practice.
View this webinar and you’ll learn about:
- The right frequency of performance reviews
- How you can recognize performance with pay
- Monetary or non-monetary – which works best?