Incentive Plans — What's the secret to getting them right?
The goal of incentive planning is simple: Reward employees for their specific contributions to the organization. However, the opportunities to get it wrong are countless — and the results potentially catastrophic.
The most common problems: 1) Your plan fails to encourage the behaviors you intended. 2) Employees find your program so vague that they think it’s designed to keep them from earning the bonus. 3) Your goals are too high and employees feel “ripped off” – or your goals are too low and the company overpays for mediocre performance.
Most bonus and incentive programs suffer from fundamental problems, missed opportunities, and easily corrected mistakes.
Incentive Talk: How to Design an Incentive Plan that Works for (Not Against) Your Company’s Goals will give you the guidance you need to get it right. This convenient "Ready-Set-Go" training program covers:
About the Program Developer: Rick Olivieri, President of Olivieri and Associates, has 25 years experience in the compensation field, developing and implementing salary, incentive, stock, sales, international, and executive compensation programs. He has held managerial positions at Adaptec, Union Bank, US Sprint, and Bank of America. In addition, he has years of experience as a consultant for Towers-Perrin, Sibson & Company, and Ernst & Young. Rick has been quoted in the New York Times, CFO Magazine and HR Executive Magazine on various compensation issues. He has been President of the Bay Area Compensation Association for over 15 years. He teaches compensation at the University of California at Berkeley.
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