When talking about remuneration package, generally your wages or salary is the main part of such package although it may contain other rewards such as milk or meals, electricity or gas allowances, telephone, or a car. Depending on specific policy applied, most companies usually provide a good package of remuneration so that workers’ right can be met properly. However, it would be likely easy to us if we understand one thing: the package should suit the business situation. In other words, the number of package should reflect the duties and responsibilities of the skills and the position of the employee.
A remuneration package, therefore, should come with attractive offer and should be considered on current rates the market offered for the same positions. Basically there are few terms connected with remuneration, namely pay, bonuses and incentives, as well as gratuities. We shall explain each of them and will be started with ‘pay’.
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Remuneration could be simply described as how much an employee will be compensated in return of their work. Yet, in HR management, this word is not a simple word because it will involve many parties and could play a big part in the achievement of company objective. Successfully running the function, HRM will help the company to develop fast.
Remuneration is usually comes in the package of salary and benefits packages. The benefits are varying from insurance to incentives to issuing company shares for the employee. The goal of devising a good remuneration is to maintain motivation and loyalty of the employees to increase productivity. On the other hand, company financial should be kept in a good balance. This is why remuneration is complex. Employees must want the remuneration to be huge while company should make it low to maintain a good balance in their finance. Giving too little may lead to reduce of productivity while giving too much will make the company suffered.
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