With the year coming to close in the next few months, many companies will begin looking at employee compensation as well as distributing bonuses. Employee compensation can potentially be a sensitive subject because people are very passionate about their accomplishments and how they are rewarded.
Employee compensation is much more than the amount you pay your employee. Your compensation budget needs to incorporate all taxes, profit sharing contributions and any other cost associated with the employees’ payroll. Here are five tips to consider when figuring out how to compensate employees:
Compensating employees is a delicate balance between meeting the employee’s expectations and the company’s financial goals. If you need assistance computing your employee compensation package or making sure you are comparable to your industry, call your Rea & Associates representative today.
This article was originally published in Illuminations: Facts & Figures from people with a brighter way, a Rea & Associates enewsletter, 10/31/07.
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