Current merit pay programs missing mark: Consultant

Merit pay programs are failing employers and their employees, according to David Tyson, president of Tyson and Associates, a Toronto-based compensation and benefits consulting firm. Tyson talks with Canadian HR Reporter TV about how these programs can be changed to produce better results for companies.
December 17, 2012
  • Basic income

    Money for nothing? Finland trials basic income scheme

    A group of 2,000 unemployed people in Finland have just received their first payment from the state as part of a trial basic income scheme.
    January 24, 2017
    Basic income

    Money for nothing? Finland trials basic income scheme

    A group of 2,000 unemployed people in Finland have just received their first payment from the state as part of a trial basic income scheme.
    January 24, 2017
  • Overtime

    French workers gain right to 'switch off'

    A new French labour law gives employees the "right to switch off" from email, smartphones and other electronic leashes to preserve off-hours and holiday time.
    January 9, 2017
    Incenting high performance executive talent

    Incenting high performance executive talent

    Brad Kelly, director of Toronto-based Global Governance Advisors, sits down with Canadian HR Reporter TV to discuss how organizations can drive results from compensation dollars.
    May 7, 2013
  • Incenting high performance executive talent

    Incenting high performance executive talent

    Brad Kelly, director of Toronto-based Global Governance Advisors, sits down with Canadian HR Reporter TV to discuss how organizations can drive results from compensation dollars.
    May 7, 2013
    Assessing executive compensation

    Assessing executive compensation

    Paul Gryglewicz, managing partner of Global Governance Advisors, explains to Canadian HR Reporter TV what the current trends are in executive compensation and how it can be assessed.
    March 19, 2013
  • Assessing executive compensation

    Assessing executive compensation

    Paul Gryglewicz, managing partner of Global Governance Advisors, explains to Canadian HR Reporter TV what the current trends are in executive compensation and how it can be assessed.
    March 19, 2013
    The case for higher pay for low-level workers

    The case for higher pay for low-level workers

    Jody Heymann, a professor at McGill University in Montreal and author of Profit at the Bottom of the Ladder: Creating Value by Investing in Your Workforce, discusses how thoughtful compensation of low level employees in a company can mean great results for the bottom line.
    November 29, 2011
  • Executive compensation

    Executive compensation

    Gloria Geddes, a partner with Gowlings law firm and national leader of its executive compensation group, talks with Canadian HR Reporter TV about the future of executive compensation and the most important things employers should consider when designing executive compensation programs.
    January 10, 2011
    Rewards strategies for global organizations

    Rewards strategies for global organizations

    Tracy Bosch, a principal with the Hay Group, talks to Canadian HR Reporter TV about creating a rewards strategy for a global organization
    October 18, 2010
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