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The compensation conundrum: Principles for a more human approach

Basing compensation strategies on five enduring principles of the social enterprise can help organizations navigate an uncertain environment and make bold, effective forward-looking choices.

The compensation conundrum: Principles for a more human approach

As the workplace and nature of work evolve, companies are forced to constantly revisit compensation strategies. Our 2020 Human Capital Trends report revealed that a majority of respondents see compensation as a critical issue, but just 9 percent feel prepared to address this trend. On this episode of Capital H, Deloitte leaders explore trends, challenges, and opportunities for rethinking compensation strategies to help organizations solve the compensation conundrum.

Whether you're creating a customer experience for your external customers or a workforce experience for your internal customers, you have to use human-centered design in order to make sure that you are creating a great experience.

Principles for a more human approach

2020 Global Human Capital Trends

The compensation conundrum: Principles for a more human approach

Basing compensation strategies on five enduring principles of the social enterprise can help organizations navigate an uncertain environment and make bold, effective forward-looking choices.

Designing work for well-being: Living and performing at your best

Integrating well-being into the design of work itself can strengthen the link between worker well-being and organizational performance, supporting well-being not just for individuals, but also for teams and for the organization at large.

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