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09/14/2011

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So true! If there's one consistent message comp cafe has it's look at the full picture. On the other hand, if you're working somewhere the reward has more value you have more incentive to perform. We used to really scramble to get those referral bonuses back when the German currency was the Deutschmark... ah, good times.

Thanks, Laura. Ah, the trials of euro conversion (and they continue). I'm honored to be part of this team because until there is full understanding of the complete breadth and depth of TOTAL Rewards, then the conversation is always more difficult than it needs to be.

Incentives absolutely don’t take the place of managing, thus the old principle: Don’t make a management problem into a compensation problem. This is especially crucial during a recession. Getting your employees fully energized and committed is a relationship (management) issue, not a compensation issue.

nice post here!!!

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