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Employee Compensation

Employee Compensation

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Rewarding Your Staff for their Dedication and Performance

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Employee compensation is at the heart of every employer/employee relationship and has a significant impact on many areas of your organization. Any job is, at its root, a financial agreement between two parties to provide a range of services in exchange for monetary compensation. Although employees may choose to start working for (and continue working for) an organization for a diverse array of reasons – including company culture, organizational mission, the opportunity to learn new skills, etc. – they all expect to be compensated fairly for their work and will respond poorly if they feel that they are not. So, how does an organization ensure that its employees are being compensated in such a way as to realize the most potential from their workforce? Turning to the compensation experts at TPG HR Services USA is a great place to start. We can help you work through these issues and design a compensation structure that will drive your success well into the future.

Defining Roles and Expectations

The first step in ensuring that your organization has a fair and equitable compensation structure is to clearly define the different roles within it so that you have a baseline to use when comparing the compensation for positions at your company with similar positions at other companies. This starts with developing comprehensive job descriptions for every position at your organization that truly capture all of the responsibilities and expectations for each position. This process enables you to then compare the employee compensation you currently offer with that of other businesses, nationally and in your region. Once you can make an “apples to apples” comparison, you can establish benchmarks for each position at your organization, based upon what your competitors are offering. The team at TPG HR Services can guide you through this process or even completely handle it for you, enabling your staff to concentrate on other critical priorities.


The Importance of Employee Compensation to Recruitment

Although a well-thought-out employee compensation structure has a positive impact on a variety of areas throughout your company, its impact on recruitment is perhaps the most important. When recruiting the employees who will serve as the engine for your company’s success in the future, the compensation you offer plays a pivotal role. If the compensation you are offering for a given position is well below the industry and geographic standard, potential job candidates will not even consider any of the other positive benefits that your business brings to the table. Your workforce will be consistently under-staffed or under-skilled, throttling your potential for growth and superior performance. We encourage you to tap the expertise of the professionals at TPG HR Services USA to ensure that your company’s compensation structure attracts “the best and the brightest” to your team.

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The Role of Compensation in Retaining Critical Talent

Well-designed employee compensation plans are also essential to your ability to retain the talent that powers your company’s success. When hard-earned knowledge and expertise “walks out the door” to a competitor it is not easily replaced, making employee retention an important component of business success. In addition, every company has certain critical contributors who personally have a tremendous impact on the overall bottom line of your organization. Identifying this critical talent and designing a way to adequately compensate them for their role in your company’s success is one of the hallmarks of today’s most successful companies. These “A-Players” in “A-Positions” are not always at the top of organizational hierarchies and are sometimes not even immediately apparent to those within the company – but the experts at TPG HR Services can help you identify them and reward them for their critical role in your company’s success.


Using Employee Compensation to Reward Performance

Bonuses, incentives and commissions can be a great way to reward the performance of your employees for their direct impact on your company’s bottom line. However, it is important to devise clear and consistent guidelines for how these type of programs are implemented. The staff at TPG HR Services can help you do just that, designing and executing “pay for performance” systems that reward employees in real time for their contributions to the company’s success. Our team can also help you to objectively evaluate the performance of your employees through analyzing various metrics and developing systems for performance reviews and evaluations. Oftentimes, using an outside partner like the HR professionals at TPG HR Services USA can help you to avoid even the perception of bias or favoritism in this process.

Addressing Inequities in Employee Compensation

This is another area where there can be many advantages in bringing in an outside partner like TPG HR Services. At many companies a range of historical and organizational factors may have led to a compensation structure developing with either real or perceived inequities. Many businesses have found it helpful to bring in an independent outside voice like the professionals at TPG HR Services to periodically review their overall employee compensation structure and identify any inequities that may have crept in over time, often through no conscious favoritism or bias. We can then help you to proactively address these issues and avoid any potential problems with employee morale or even legal difficulties down the road.

TPG HR Services USA can be a trusted and independent partner to help you design and implement an employee compensation structure that fuels the growth and success of your company for years to come. Why not get started today?

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