2021 EHC Newsletters
Q1 2021, done and dusted! Autumn is upon us and the mornings are getting a little chilly. The cold weather isn’t putting a dampener on our spirits, or our valued clients – we’re busier than ever!
2020 EHC Newsletters
This month, the hot topics are our latest Remuneration & Business survey (after the Covid peak), Salary Benchmarking (as always), Incentive Scheme design, and some exciting in-house training for key clients. Keep a look out for a great new book on diversity and inclusion – more below!
Wow, what a webinar! The Emergence Human Capital research and the insights from Raun Smythe gave us plenty to ponder when it comes to remuneration in this Covid-19 era. And here’s some good news: we recorded the webinar event for you! In case you missed the live webinar, or in case you would like to watch it again, here is the link to the replay:
Salaries and bonuses have come under tremendous pressure, while employee benefits like working from home and access to tech have flourished. We conducted an extensive survey among HR teams at 300+ businesses in South Africa.
With the lockdown being extended, organisations are having to take remuneration decisions based on data that they don’t yet have. How organisations respond to this environment will likely shape the world of work for years to come.
It’s no secret that we are living in a time of unparalleled historical comparison! It’s not as exciting as it sounds… Organisations are taking remuneration decisions based on data that they don’t yet have.
March is here… already! Thankfully, the budget speech offered a bit of tax relief for most, and the workload is ever increasing! Fortunately we still have a whole bunch of chocolates left over from Valentines day for those “will the work ever end” days.
January is behind us already – it always feels like the longest month of the year! And February has an extra day this year too, so we can get even more done. We’ve hit the ground running, and it looks like its going to be an excellent year, filled with success 🙂