Communicating Change In Compensation - CiteHR
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Joydeep Ghosh
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Dear All
Request your views on the case below:
Organisation XYZ ltd decides to change the compensation structure for its entry level staff due to increase in the overall market economies and demand of skilled workforce.
The structure is change is not across the organisation and only entry level is effected, which includes employees already with the company for less than 3 years.
What do you think would be best way to handle this communication so as not to demotivate the others.
warm regards...
Joydeep
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Why only entry level staff?
Why not across the whole organization?
Are employees less than three years getting an increase? –More than three years? (Your post is ambiguous.)
Any effective communication with employees would at least need to start with a clear explanation of the above.
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Change is only for 1st 3 years to give a consistent jump of say 20%. this is a decision taken by the organisation. rest years may be changed in future..this is the why the communication issue has come up.
regards
Joydeep
Dear,
As per the practice and concern for the structure change , the change has to be positive for the employees and any changes which are positive have to be informed directly.
Speak to the employee one to one of using other communication mean and make them understand what is the real purpose and benefits.
If it is positive than only your real purpose will get solved.
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