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Pivot launches eBook on a holistic approach to remuneration

Paying your employees is about so much more than just transferring the funds into their bank account. One-dimensional approaches such as this, that don’t take into account external market factors, internal relativities, business strategy, government regulations, business location, personal values and priorities, are known to be ineffective and can kill your hopes of an engaged, productive culture.

Pivot takes a multi-dimensional, holistic approach to remuneration strategy, and have presented these ideas and dimensions in their new eBook, Money doesn't buy you happiness - or engaged employees. Don’t make the mistake of thinking ‘holistic’ means ‘fluffy’; Pivot shows how a multi-dimensional approach to rem is the key to success.

The eBook outlines a ‘4D approach’: philosophy, external relativity, internal equity and individuality. These dimensions make up the foundation of a remuneration approach that will help you build a strong employment offer and improve employee engagement.

Known as ‘Remuneration in 4 Dimensions’, the approach has been developed using common sense and sound practice Pivot's seen in 20 years of being involved with Rem processes at many organisations throughout New Zealand and Australia.

To download the eBook, visit https://info.pivotsoftware.com/dont-show-me-the-money-remuneration-ebook.

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