In the study it was discovered that now companies increasingly analyse the rationale for a relocation or assignment, match compensation and benefits accordingly and monitor the ROI for employer and employee. The study discovered that traditional assignments and support packages are becoming increasingly outdated and employees now seek choices in what compensation and benefits they may be offered during their assignments. Also revealed in the study was how compensation and rewards differ depending on the type of assignment. In the past, organisations have shied away from packages that allowed employees to cherry pick rewards and support benefits, but many companies are now realising they experience greater overall success and ROI if they offer more competitive packages which support the employee’s individual needs more fully. As a technical partner and member of The RES Forum, Bristol helps organisations conduct assignment prep and reviews to develop programs more tailored to the needs as outlined in this article of the organisations and their employees.
To read the complete article by David Enser, please see: http://www.hrreview.co.uk/analysis/analysis-reward/copy-of-david-enser-how-are-reward-packages-in-global-mobility-programmes-being-designed-in-the-post-recession-world/59831
David Enser is an international HR professional with extensive experience in end-to-end mobility programme management. His particular areas of expertise include HR transition and HR outsourcing models, assignment tax compliance, global vendor management and the development and implementation of global mobility, general HR and employment policies. Enser has worked in HR and mobility roles for and with Nokia, IBM, Procter & Gamble, Wella AG and Paragon Consulting. He is currently Head of Mobility for adidas Group and is a co-founder of The RES Forum, the world’s largest and most active independent community for global mobility (GM) professionals, and Head of Mobility for adidas Group.