There is nothing quite like gathering an organization's leaders around a table to debate what they intend to accomplish with the dollars the business spends on compensation - and then committing their agreement to paper - to bring clarity to reward design and administration. This is the exercise we like to call setting compensation philosophy.
But what should the content of this conversation be - and what questions will serve us best in getting the right information and commitments out of our leaders?
In my post today at the Compensation Cafe, I share some of my thoughts on questions for the compensation philosophy conversation. Hop over and respond with your suggestions and ideas!
Creative Commons image "The Thinker" by Erik Daniel Drost