Compensation & Benefits

Business or b-leisure?

“Never mix business with pleasure,” or so they used to say. With an increasing number of business travellers now extending their trips for leisure motivations, the “b-leisure” trend is redefining both how MICE players market their offerings, and the corporate travel policies of large organisations
Kelvin Ong - 28 Mar 2017
Instead of traditional one-size-fits-all employee coverage, a bespoke flexible benefits scheme offers staff a plan that best meets their individual health and financial needs. HRM Asia explores how organisations can achieve recruitment and retention goals by customising their reimbursement policies.
Sham Majid - 17 Oct 2016
As the job scopes of employees continue to evolve in today’s rapidly-transforming world of work, so too is the way they are being compensated for their efforts. HRM Asia speaks to senior HR leaders to assess how pay-for-performance cultures have been fostered in their respective organisations.
Naadiah Badib - 11 Jul 2016
Salary transparency is often seen as a valued strategy that firms should aim for. But what limitations does the policy have, and how can HR balance the good and the bad aspects to drive the organisation forward? HRM finds out.
Naadiah Badib - 19 May 2016
More companies are looking to customise their corporate events in an effort to create a good impression. HRM finds out the ‘do’s and ‘don’t’ s of executing the perfect event.

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