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Our Salary Increase Survey on the forecasted 2021 increases as planned in October. A total of 136 companies from the Czech Republic participated in the survey.
Our latest Spot Survey focuses on employee benefits in the Czech Republic, namely on meal allowance and its new form to be introduced, home-office policies, and differentiation of benefits.
Our latest Salary Increase Survey reports on the actual 2020 base salary increases in the Czech Republic as reported in May/June. These 2020 actuals are compared to the original autumn 2019 forecasts so that the reduced speed of increases is visible. A total of 143 companies from the Czech Republic participated in the survey.
This Spot Survey reports on how companies are adjusting their compensation and benefits practices and plans in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Data were collected during April/May 2020 on the Czech market.
How to be a Successful Comp&Ben Manager
What does it take to become the best Comp&Ben Manager and succeed in this specialty within Human Resources career?
Our senior partner Michael Pos delivered a lecture at The University of Economics in Prague on Compensation and Benefits. Following his lecture, he answered a few questions in a interview further clarifying his perspective on how one might become a great Comp&Ben Manager.
By Michael Pos >> Compensation experts are losing the melody when trying to sing the word Equity. Is Equity in paying everyone the same regardless of differentiated ability good? No. Not good at all. Michael Pos talks about why you should abandon the misuse of Pay Equity and what to demand instead.
By Michael Freire >> Now, in 2021, is the time when your Comp&Ben strategy must enable your organization to both be resilient and take advantage of the changing business environment. Michael’s article recaps what you should consider as you re-tool your strategy for the next year.
By Michael Pos >> Sports agents are ninja compensation experts. They all know why Lionel Messi gets paid more than anyone else on his team and nobody minds. Everyone, though, thinks Jack and Jill should be paid the same. Let’s find out, together, as to why we don’t think so.
By Michael Freire >> Companies should prioritize paying their 2020 broad-based short-term incentives – unless doing so compromises their very economic survival. In fact, I see it as a matter of business sustainability.
By Michael Pos >> The biggest enemy of getting something done is the weakest link that prevents it from occurring. Here in the world of compensation, the weakest link is line managers: including CEOs.
By Michael Freire >> In tough economic times, focused merit budget spend may not be enough to fund meaningful base pay investments.
By Michael Freire >> If your firm’s pay approach is similar to how peanut butter is spread over a slice of bread, you are probably now at a crossroads. Thanks to Covid-19, there may no longer be enough money to spread around. You will have to make tough decisions.
By Michael Pos >> In the world of variable pay, the art of fairness is not always aptly mastered. A short article on what we at BD Advisory see as a foundational premise within the world of variable pay, that everyone should not be treated the same.
By Michael Freire >> People are not only the one true resource; they are key stakeholders. Yet, as the current crisis unfolded, companies first looked to their people to take cost savings. How can that be?
A Club Survey conducted among selected automotive companies on prevailing design practices in bonuses for shop-floor positions. A total of 42 selected companies from the Czech Republic was surveyed. (Survey available only in the Czech language.)
Our Salary Increase Survey reported on the actual 2018 base salary increases in the Czech Republic. Data collected in May 2019. A total of 165 companies from the Czech market participated in the survey. (Survey available only in the Czech language.)
Our Salary Increase Survey reported on the actual 2018 base salary increases in the Czech Republic. Data collected in May 2018. A total of 156 companies from the Czech market participated in the survey. (Survey available only in the Czech language.)