HR professionals know that any organisation’s greatest asset is its people. But managing pay and benefits on an international scale is notoriously complex.
The international compensation and benefits services we provide not only support you in meeting your legal obligations in-country, but also ensure that you see a return on investment in your employee reward programmes by ensuring your pay and benefit frameworks are market competitive, transparent and well-communicated to employees.
Our international compensation and benefits services include:
- Compensation review, including salary benchmarking and designing pay structure
- Employee benefits review
- Employee benefits gap-to-market assessment
- Employee benefits implementation and administration
- Total reward statements and employee communications
- Annual pay reviews and budgeting analysis
- Job evaluation and benchmarking of positions
- Bonus and sales incentive plan review and design
- Long-term incentive plan review and design
- Design of reward strategy
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