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In today’s HR world, retaining the top performers in any organisation is an increasingly critical and challenging goal, and traditional compensation tools may not be enough. So many organisations are now introducing 3-year retention bonus schemes to help in retaining the most critical top-performing employees. This webinar explains what retention bonus schemes are, and explains in a simple step-by-step method how to implement a 3-year retention bonus scheme, including how to use various 9-box techniques to identify the most critical 5% of your employees who need to be retained and who should be included in the retention bonus scheme.
This webinar presentation will cover the following:
• Latest approaches for retention schemes in the GCC
• Using 9-box techniques for talent management and retention
• The three “Ps” of retention:
- Retention for Potential (Key employees and/or Nationals)
- Retention for Pressure (Projects and deliverables)
- Retention for Pain (Mergers and acquisitions)
• Retention bonus payments
• Open Q&A session
About the Presenter:
Robert Mosley is a Global Remuneration Expert and Consultant and he is the CEO and Owner of Lemon Pip Consulting Limited. He is widely recognised in many industries and many countries as one of the leading global experts on compensation and benefits in all sectors across the GCC, and is also a leading expert in the more general field of human resources within the aviation and airline sectors.
Robert, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, has 28 years of experience in HR and C&B, 20 years of which were in the Middle East. He was the head of the Middle East practice with Hay Group in 1988-1990 before joining the Emirates Group and later promoted to the role of SVP Human Resources. He spent 13 years with Emirates Group, before establishing his own remuneration consulting business, Lemon Pip Consulting Limited, where he is working with over 400 companies in the Middle East and 80 airlines globally.