[Webinar] Reward Great Performance Through Evidence-Based Compensation Planning
In this webinar, you will learn how to retain top-performing employees, hold employees accountable for desired performance and better control costs by linking compensation directly to employee goals and objectives. During this webinar, we will demonstrate how a pay-for-performance model will help you to:
- Maximize business impact by having a consistent performance management program
- Reward pay-for-performance by managing outcomes in a transparent and fair way
- Improve individual and corporate performance by providing development opportunities
- Create an accountable culture by linking performance with compensation
TalentGuard’s performance and compensation modules make pay-for-performance easy and reliable.
Speaker: Linda Ginac, CEO at TalentGuard
Date: November 10, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. CST
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