The big freeze

Chynoweth, Carly
December 2010
People Management;12/9/2010, Special section p4
The article examines the possible response of human resource (HR) professionals to the pay freeze in the private and public sectors in Great Britain. One of the challenges posed by the pay freeze is engaging a workforce on a restricted budget. Mark Childs of Total Reward Solutions emphasizes the need to ensure that employees recognize the value of what they receive. Also mentioned is the role of reward managers as educators in light of the importance of adding value to their organisations.


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