Family benefits keep Honda in pole position
- Nearly 90% of staff want a say on benefits. // Employee Benefits;Oct2003, p14
Reveals that nearly 90 percent of employees want to have a voice on decisions regarding benefits, according to an online survey by consultancy firm Gissings. Benefits that employees want to see introduced.
- Foster corporate creativity. // Business Insurance;7/25/94, Vol. 28 Issue 30, p8
Comments on the work/family benefit programs of the companies in the United States. Reasons for the implementation of benefit program of employees by the various companies in the United States; American companies showing flexibility as the workforce and society change; Features of the work...
- Time off most common benefit. // Compensation & Working Conditions;Jul2002, pN.PAG
States that paid time off is the most prevalent benefit available to workers in private establishments in 2000 in the U.S. Percentage of employees who got paid vacations; Percentage of employees who participated in medical care plans.
- Happy workers lower costs. Mogelonsky, Marcia // American Demographics;Jul95, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p31
Reports on the ways by which corporate employees are rewarded in the United States. Loosening of company rules; Employees need for cash considering the economic climate in the United States; Employers' use of flex-time.
- Inventive incentives. // Working Mother;Mar2000, p8
Reports on the types of benefits that companies offer their employees. Three-year lease on BMW automobile; Free housecleaning for a month; Financing of a house.
- Motivation. Hartelt, Christine // Credit Union Management;May99, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p26
Presents a study conducted by the Filene Research Institute and The Center for Credit Union Research on incentives for employees. Common advantages of incentives; Effects of an incentive program; Reasons behind the success of an incentive plan.
- Compensation That Fits. Hochgraf, Lisa // Credit Union Management;Jul99, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p10
Deals with the importance of survey data in determining executive compensations and incentives. Contents of the `1999 CUES Compensation Manual'; Three steps for analyzing executive compensation data; Main issue in compensation.
- Trends in Incentive Bonus Plans. // Management Review;Mar66, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p63
Reports on key issues and developments relevant to trends in executive incentive bonus plans in the U.S. compiled as of March 1966. Factors that contribute to the increase in popularity of executive incentive bonus plans; Employee eligibility for bonus plans; Ways to determine the amount...
- Show Them the Money. Rowe, Megan // Corporate Meetings & Incentives;May2003, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p59
Provides information on using cash incentives for employees. Matching the incentive to the recipient; Giving employees the choice between cash and merchandise; Use of debit cards as a component of a recognition program.