Put the scores up on the board

Farrand, Louise
May 2016
Employee Benefits;May2016, p18
The article discusses the benefits of a total rewards strategy which will enable employees to see the full value of their package. Topics include the benefits of an effective total rewards strategy to encourage employees to stay loyal in a competitive market, the challenge of attaching value to everything which can be included in a total reward statement, and the total reward strategy of the Kent County Council in England. It also includes the views of reward manager Colin Miller.


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