CAPS News - 9 Sept 2020
Retain early-career employees using compensation benefits
- The companies we surveyed said the most effective compensation for retaining early-career employees was:
- Performance bonuses – 62%
- Formal justification of all raises & bonuses – 54%
- Least Effective?
- Pay audits to ensure equity, based on gender, race, age, etc. – 36%
- Long-term incentives (e.g. stock or stock options) – 35%
- Source: Early-Career Supply Management Employees, CAPS Research, 2020.
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