The Compensation Cliffhanger: New Research on How HR Leaders Are Addressing this New Talent Minefield
For employees today, is it really "all about the Benjamins"? // Live Thursday, September 8 at 11am PT/ 2pm ET
Compensation has become one of the hottest and most vexing topics for People leaders. Triggered by unprecedented turnover, rising inflation, ongoing talent shortages, and more, the role of compensation – for both attracting and retaining key talent – is getting new scrutiny from management and employees alike.
A number of companies have responded to these pressures with large raises or other financial incentives, while others continue to struggle with the question, What’s actually changed? Has compensation truly become a more potent driver of engagement or intent to stay? Or, in keeping with past precedent, do workplace dynamics such as company culture and career advancement still rank higher?
To answer this question, Perceptyx conducted a large panel study of both People leaders and employees to understand how (or if) the role of compensation is shifting within the employee experience.
Join Perceptyx Research Director Emily Killham, and Hanan Wakeen, a Principal Consultant and veteran compensation strategist with hrQ, for a live session hosted by Reworked as we debut the full results of our study and reveal:
- The compensation strategies HR leaders are using today to address new challenges for talent attraction and retention
- What are employees prioritizing now as they consider new job opportunities, and what's most likely to keep them in their current role?
- What are the implications for organizations as they seek to offer a competitive total rewards package?