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Does the future of HR lie in using strict data to judge and grow the right talent? Anandorup Ghose, Partner, Aon Hewitt India shares his insights in People Matters.
Aon Hewitt’s Executive Compensation Survey analyses the pay mix of CXOs across India.
The projected fixed pay for top management has gone down from 9.7% to 9.5%. Read the article for more insights on changing Executive Compensation Trends.
The performance appraisal system is increasingly being viewed by companies as a futile exercise. This article digs deeper to evaluate the possible reasons for why the system is being viewed as a failure.
The Executive Compensation Survey conducted by us led to some interesting findings about CEO compensation. Read this Economic Times article for detailed insights.
The concept of fitment is no longer just a compensation concept, but a comprehensive measure of an individual's fitment into an organisation. To shift to this concept, HR outfits need to adopt certain tenets.
Global compensation trends that are likely to be top most in the minds of most compensation managers.
The article talks about the four sets of parameters that come up as core expectations in any Union Budget.
Our recent Salary Increase Survey suggests that corporate India is likely to focus on rewarding high performers. Continue reading for more highlights from the survey.
Indian organisations are now laying huge focus on benefits, which are key, not just in keeping employees engaged, but also in attracting and retaining key talent.