Why It’s Time to Re-Evaluate the Annual Bonus

March 7, 2018

Where could you be more strategic in your total rewards spend? Are you funneling much of it into an annual bonus?

New research from Wharton shows that the annual bonus—a staple of many total rewards programs—can actually lead to unethical behavior, fuel turnover, and foster envy among co-workers. How do you limit those negative effects?

Read our eBook and learn:

  • Why peer-based recognition is a powerful management breakthrough
  • How to get more bang for your buck—and sooner
  • Ways to improve performance management, retention, and employer brand
Previous Article
Calculate How Much You Save by Reducing Turnover Costs
Calculate How Much You Save by Reducing Turnover Costs

We all know employee turnover is a drain on the bottom line, but do you know exactly how much it costs your...

Next Flipbook
The ROI of Social Recognition
The ROI of Social Recognition

Do you want to build a rock solid business case for social recognition?