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Design an Employee Volunteer Program Storyboard

Employees want to work for socially responsible organizations, and they look to employers to help them find time and channels to give back. Collaborate with the workforce...

Training Deck: Equip Managers to Have Effective Pay Conversations

Use this training deck to conduct management training sessions on compensation conversations. Customize this training deck with your organization's internal processes to...

Uncover an Impactful Employee Value Proposition Storyboard

In a highly competitive market, your organization's reputation as an employer is critical to attracting and retaining the right talent. An accurate and engaging EVP will...

Conduct a Salary Structure Assessment Storyboard

Competitive compensation is a moving target. This makes it crucial to regularly assess the internal and external equity of a salary structure; you want to ensure that...

Develop a Balanced Flexible Work Program Storyboard

While many organizations offer some form of flexible work arrangements, employees are often unable to use them. Create a program that identifies what employees value...

Case Studies: Develop a Balanced Flexible Work Program

Refer to these case studies for examples of flexible work programs.

Workshop: Develop a Balanced Flexible Work Program

Use this workshop outline to complete a two-day workshop for the Develop a Balanced Flexible Work Program project.

Build a Total Rewards Statement Job Aid

Use this job aid to build a Total Rewards statement that summarizes the value of the organization’s Total Rewards offering.

Ingrain and Sustain Recognition Storyboard

Develop a sustainable, ingrained recognition program that is based on core values, organizational objectives, and employee preferences.

Craft a Compensation Philosophy Storyboard

A compensation philosophy that clearly articulates the organization’s high-level approach to pay for each of its employee segments is the foundation of compensation programs.
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