Closing the culture gap (On culture)

A five-point plan to reconnect employees
By Daphne Woolf
|CHRR, Report on Total Rewards|Last Updated: 01/22/2007

With a good total rewards program, an organization might reasonably expect employees to be motivated to do their best and drive operational efficiency so the company will meet its financial objectives and realize business success.

But this is a costly assumption. It overlooks two huge factors in the whole total rewards equation: culture and communication. If the executive team and employees are on different pages, how effective and productive can the company be? It may be wasting valuable resources by underutilizing people while investing in a total rewards program that doesn’t deliver.

Getting on the same page