7 red lines, some with green ink [video]

.” width=”300″ height=”300″ class=”alignleft size-medium wp-image-4114″ /> A quick one today to share a funny video that many C&B and HR people will be able to relate to. It’s called “The expert”. When I first saw it I was immediately remembered of past conversations about Long Term Incentive Plans design – you’ll soon see why…

Want to join me as I deliver my first public course on C&B in Dubai ?

I am very excited today to announce that I will deliver my first-ever public course on Compensation & Benefits very soon in Dubai ! “Deciphering C&B to make it work for your organisation” is a 2-day training taking place on March 24 and 25 at The Address Dubai Mall, in exclusive partnership with TPS World…

What does “utilities at cost” reimbursement cover ?

Nadim, one of my readers asks : “In our company for certain senior grades we do pay Utilities at actual cost which is the DEWA bill (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority). In my opinion utilities should cover the water and electricity, however I got employees who are claiming also for the household gas, or even…

The dollars and sense of employee engagement [infographic]

I have been working on customising a workshop on how Performance & Reward supports employee engagement lately, and during my research I came across an infographic which I think you will find interesting. It comes from the good folks at Halogen Software (http://www.halogensoftware.com) :   Related posts : Remuneration, engagement and the GCC employee Reader…

How Reward reinforces your culture and strategy – 4 examples

My good friend Sylvia Doyle is a terrific independent Rewards consultant based in the UK. A few days ago, she produced an interesting piece on the CIPD Reward Blogger’s blog called “I have a question for you”. Her post raises interesting points about culture and strategy. As she wrote : “As HR and reward professionals,…

4 tips for creating bulletproof HR policies

Clients regularly ask me : “How do I create a policy ?”. Many times, they start by brainstorming about the topic of the policy, listing all possible twists and turns, and diving right into what the policy “should” be. Very rapidly, they feel overwhelmed and confused, not knowing how to organise their thoughts to make…

Day One of the 17th Compensation and Benefits Forum from IIRME – Recap

It’s been a busy month as I attended and spoke at 3 HR conferences in 30 days ! It’s a bit tiring but I really enjoy meeting new people, hearing from different organisations and opening my mind to new concepts. So this week will be a “special” : I’ll write 3 posts, two of them…