`Euroland' of opportunity beckons for UK employees
- Merit increases may lack `merit'. // Corporate Board;May/Jun90, Vol. 11 Issue 62, p26
Reports on the results of Hay Group's annual compensation survey showing that the difference in employees' salaries is not enough to motivate workers to excel.
- Paying for teamwork. // U.S. Banker;Sep95, Vol. 105 Issue 9, p17
Reports on the Hay Group's report on the importance of teamwork in banking and its reflection in terms of bank compensation. Team performance as basis of part of employees pay.
- Family-friendly corporate perks. // OfficePro;May98, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p4
Focuses on the results of a survey conducted by The Hay Group on company benefits policies in the United States.
- Teamwork pays. // Chemical Week;5/10/1995, Vol. 156 Issue 18, p61
Reports on the results of a survey by Hay Group on the preference of chemical industry companies for employees who are team players.
- Wanted: Employees Who Help a Changing Corporate Culture. // Workforce (10928332);Nov99, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p27
Deals with the employees and their role in the changing strategy in the workplace. Opinion of David Hofrichter, vice president of Hay Group; Categories or groups of employees according to a research of Hay Group.
- Stay or jump ship? Pospisil, Vivian // Industry Week/IW;10/05/98, Vol. 247 Issue 18, p12
Provides information on the study conducted by leaders of the Hay Group's Research for Management Practice on the attitudes of employees towards work. Employee-satisfaction factors included in the study; Results of the study.
- Chefs demotivieren ihre Mitarbeiter oft. // Lebensmittel Zeitung;6/7/2013, Issue 23, p050
The results of a study conducted by the Hay Group on employee motivation in corporations are discussed.
- 44% do not feel motivated at work. Paterson, Jennifer // Employee Benefits;10/ 9/2013, p5
The article discusses the research conducted by management consultancy Hay Group Holdings Inc., which found that 77% of the employees are proud to work for their employees and 72% are motivated to work in Great Britain.
- Shortage of talent to drive up increments upto 22% in various sectors, say firms like Hay Group, Mercer, Aon Hewitt. // FRPT- FMCG Snapshot;2/1/2015, p14
The article reports on the salary hikes that tipped to go on an overdrive with increments in excess of 22% in various sectors due to shortage of talent based on the estimates from leading talent and compensation firms Hay Group Holdings Inc., Mercer, and Aon Hewitt in India.