Paying for Performance -- Understanding How to Reward the Right Factors

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Berkshire expert discusses balancing overhead while retaining top talent in latest white paper

With current economic conditions of rising unemployment, declining company revenues, and changing stock prices, many human resource professionals are feeling the pressure from upper management to reduce overhead costs in their organizations, but still retain top talent and employee productivity.

Berkshire's latest white paper examines how HR professionals can determine if performance is truly the factor that drives how much their employees are paid, along with ways to evaluate their compensation structure—taking into account required federal and state compliance laws.

According to Author Kelly Romanoski, "Connecting pay to performance may be more difficult than you think. If an organization is unintentionally valuing the wrong factors, the integrity of the system comes into question and the initial goal of motivating top performers, eliminating low performers, and attracting top talent will be lost."

Click here to access this free white paper.

About Berkshire: Berkshire Associates is a human resources consulting and technology firm, specializing in helping companies build the ideal, balanced workforce. As an industry leader, Berkshire provides the latest tools and services for applicant management, compensation management, affirmative action, workforce planning, diversity, and professional training. For over 25 years, Berkshire has services the nation's most recognizable companies; and as a result has mastered providing clients with cost-effective solutions to everyday human resources challenges.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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