GIS – 15 October 2014: Key Principles for Reward Programme Effectiveness is the theme of the 7th edition of the ‘Let’s Talk HR Series’ organised by the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) today at NG Tower, Cybercity, Ebène.
This series of talk aims at providing a platform to learn and share expertise on best HR practices and trends in HRD. Participants are provided with a platform for reflection, sharing of experiences and analysis of practices pertaining to HR as well as the cross-fertilisation of ideas and initiatives that have been successfully implemented in organisations.
The resource person for this session is Mrs Caroline Piat, Regional Manager (Mauritius), Hay Group South Africa Pty Ltd specialising in reward programme design and job evaluation.
Remuneration can be one of the largest on-going investments for an organisation and a major differentiator for effective organisations in attracting and retaining talent. According to the HRDC, research has shown that there is a direct link between reward programme design and employee behaviour, morale and performance.
Organisations that develop reward programmes according to best practice design principles are able to minimise the costs associated with poor levels of motivation and staff turnover and maximise their return on investment in their people.
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