Compensation managers know that, although budgets are tight, top performers still insist on being rewarded. This complimentary SuccessFactors white paper shows how you can create a strong compensation program. Download it today.
How important is compensation management in motivating your workforce? It is one of the top five job-satisfaction factors. Learn how to reward employees and yet hold steady on payroll costs in this complimentary SuccessFactors white paper.
This free Ventana Research report shows SuccessFactors to be a top supplier of applications that support the management and operations of compensation.
According to Ventana, SuccessFactors Compensation (part of SuccessFactors BizX Suite) achieved the top overall ranking due to its scores in Reliability and Capabilities. In addition, the growing number of SuccessFactors customers and the company's commitment to cloud computing contributed to its top ranking in the Validation and TCO/ROI categories. Easy for managers at all levels to use, the application has capabilities for compensation reviews and adjustments, as well as an embedded analytic view-which shows the handling of promotions and support across pay ranges.
Find out what else Ventana has to say about SuccessFactors in this complimentary report. Download it today.
Compensation managers know that, although budgets are tight, top performers insist on being rewarded. Like never before, the pressure is on to structure incentive plans that ensure that rainmakers stay with an organization. This complimentary SuccessFactors white paper shows how to create a strong compensation program. Download it today.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Jul 19, 2017
MGM Resorts International made its reputation, quite simply, by being the best. Bellagio, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas are among its properties, and the company is rapidly building its premium brand in the United States and worldwide. Its commitment to the highest quality guest experience is legendary in the industry.
Realizing that engaged and motivated employees are the key to providing that customer experience, MGM Resorts looked for the best partner to help make that possible. And they found Workday.
Published By: Anaplan
Published Date: Apr 06, 2016
Optimizing incentive compensation: aligning what you say with how you pay
CSO Insights’ ICPM study* found that 69 percent of organizations use three or more metrics to build their sales compensation plans, but modeling and planning this sales strategy can quickly become too complex as a spreadsheet-driven exercise. It is crucial to get these incentive compensation structures right, because sales reps receive up to 60 percent of their income from incentive comp.
In this white paper, we discuss the disconnect between sales behavior and incentive compensation structure and provide recommended steps towards optimizing your compensation plan.
Published By: Optymyze
Published Date: Feb 05, 2018
The best sales teams have strong leaders who exercise control and use their experience to set a strategic direction, to inspire and coach sales reps individually. But keeping the team on track and focused on winning it’s not always easy.
Read this article and find out what are the 5 leadership mistakes that keep sales managers from achieving their goals and how you can fix them.
Published By: Optymyze
Published Date: Feb 05, 2018
Sales compensation has the potential to be the most effective and responsive aspect of sales performance management. It can lead to:
• greater process efficiencies
• increased sales and profitability
• greater retention of salespeople.
A well-designed sales compensation process can help the organization reap tremendous financial benefits. It further contributes to creating a company culture characterized by high productivity, team pride, and easy, dependable communication between management and sales teams.
Download this guide to find out the true value of sales compensation management.
When ICRW was forced to reduce its HR headcount, the center began looking for ways to automate performance management. With the help of SuccessFactors Professional Edition Performance Management, ICRW's HR staff was able to provide better service without adding headcount.
How important is effective compensation management in terms of motivating your workforce? Plenty. Compensation has consistently remained one of the top five job-satisfaction factors considered most important to employees.
Gaining efficiencies is a top priority for HR professionals. But how can HR make compensation management more efficient when flexibility seems nonexistent. Follow these FIVE recommendations to increase efficiencies and effectiveness of compensation management for your small to medium-size businesses.
Improve the efficiency of your organization’s talent and performance management program using SuccessFactors. When you download this guide, you’ll find out:
• How an aligned performance and goals function can bring efficiency to your organization
• Ways to improve your employee compensation program that focus on the effective and aligned use of your resources
• How to find a sourcing and selection process that’s optimized for your organization’s needs
• Why using a system like SuccessFactors Employee Central can help bring all of these functions together and effortlessly embed into your business
Download SuccessFactors efficiency guide: 20 ways to increase efficiencies using Performance & Goals, Compensation, Recruiting, and Employee Central and learn the 20 ways you can boost the efficiency of your talent and performance management system.
Published By: Ascentis
Published Date: Sep 28, 2010
HRIS solutions designed for very large organizations can be costly to set up and maintain, and often require the services of an army of consultants to keep them operational. Systems designed for very small organizations concentrate on either HR functions such as attendance and compensation, or on benefits management, but usually lack the ability to integrate the two areas. To be a practical investment choice for a mid-tier organization, a satisfactory HRIS solution must have its HR and benefits functions highly integrated. It must be agile so it can easily be kept aligned with the constant change in compliance laws, and it must be robust and secure, built on a tried and true platform foundation.
For many companies, 2012 was a year of positive momentum and better results. Consequently, strong optimism influenced planning for 2013, leading to one resounding, emphatic focus: GROWTH. As such, companies geared their compensation plans to focus the sales force on growth. Has it worked? This, at first glance, should be a simple question for sales compensation professionals to answer, but it is often illusive.
This practical, high impact discussion will provide attendees with key practices for how to understand the effectiveness of their sales compensation plans and where to look as they seek to make improvements.
•Key Do's and Don’ts for Assessing Plan Effectiveness
•Core Plan Effectiveness Metrics to Leverage
•Next Steps for Making Improvements
•Learn how technology can be used to sharpen management’s visibility
•Understand the operational efficiencies that can be achieved with Sales Performance Management technology.
Published By: Anaplan
Published Date: Nov 27, 2017
"A recent CSO Insights’ study* found that 69 percent of organizations use three or more metrics to build their sales compensation plans, but modeling and planning this sales strategy can quickly become too complex as a spreadsheet-driven exercise.
Download this white paper to find:
• The disconnect between sales behavior and incentive compensation structure
• A recommended approach you can take to optimize your compensation plan
• Three key steps to better predict and control sales revenue
*CSO Insights 7th Annual Incentive Compensation and Performance Management (ICPM) study"
SPM solutions are becoming attractive, not only because early adopters are achieving success, but also because there is increasing pressure on compensation teams to deliver more. Organizations are demanding more than just accurate commission statements that are delivered on time. They need visibility, analysis and oversight into the entire variable compensation process; increasingly, they are relying on their sales operations, compensation and cross-functional teams to provide more sophisticated insights into what is working and what isn't.
Prior to using PayScale, each customer set compensation ranges through a mix of gut feel and resource-heavy compensation data management. Resource constraints lengthened compensation review cycles that resulted in either abbreviated cycles or multiyear review gaps. Incomplete compensation reviews and poor data quality led to more compensationrelated issues with current employees and prospective recruits: longer recruitment cycle times, higher recruiting costs, reduced employee satisfaction, and increased turnover.
A total rewards program is
made up of several elements —
WorldatWork lists them as
compensation, benefits, worklife
performance management and
talent development — so it’s no
wonder that putting together
successful packages is a complicated,
endeavor. There’s so much to
consider and evaluate, and if
you’re like most of your HR and
compensation colleagues, you
have a lot of questions.
Well hey — that’s what this
ebook is here for.
Rusty Lindquist, VP of Thought
Leadership at BambooHR; Dave
Smith, Chief Product Officer at
PayScale and Jill Christensen,
Founder of Jill Christensen Intl.,
recently hosted a panel discussion
in which they offered insights
and tips on the biggest,
most frequent concerns around
total rewards. What follows is a
distillation of their very helpful
advice on the most common
Download this free e-guide to gain an understanding of predictive analytics concepts, how to align your data sources to unlock the value of the data in your organization, analyze the correlations, and reap the benefits of analytics in optimizing sales performance.
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