Johnson, Rebecca
January 2008
People Management;1/24/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2, Special section p19
This article discusses the slow adoption of e-reward technology. The Chartered Institute of Personnel Development's (CIPD) 2007 Reward Management survey shows that information technology (IT) and reward is still an area of low satisfaction for human resources (HR). Paul Bissell of Nationwide believes that the reasons why many organisations have not taken up flex or other online reward options are related to cost and finding the right providers to work with. Despite the pitfalls, the benefits of e-reward are considerable.


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