Archnahr
Consultant, Writer And Trainer
NabeelHR
Hr Officer
Padam1980
Recruitment
JAYASRI INDIRAN HR FACULTY
Assistant Professor
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can someone please help me out with as to what is the difference between compensation and rewards?
From Sri Lanka, Kandy
Hi Samith...
Compensation means the entire package that is paid to an employee, which includes all monetary and non monetary emoluments i.e. salary, pf and other such benefits.
Rewards is one part of Compensation, its a process which helps in reinforcing the behaviour, in a lay man's language reward is a monetary or no monetary recognition given to an employee in lieu of better performance.
Hope this answers your queries, let us know if you have any other such doubts.
Regards,
Archna

From India, Delhi
Hi, Compensation includes monthly salary and all benifits like,pf,esi,medical,gratuity and reward is the amount or benifit which one will get for his extra ordinary performance Regards Padam
From India, Delhi
agree with archana hr.
otherwise compensation is given for the work done for company under job profile.
Reward may be given for other supportive social, environmental, activities and may not be regular

From India, Gurgaon
thanks you very much for answering my question.I was confused because some people use the term "reward management" for compensation management. kind regards samith
From Sri Lanka, Kandy
Hi....
Could anybody give me example of reward please??? I suppose reward could be promotion, enhanced job profile, special increment in salary, praise, recognition etc... tl me pls, if I am right. If yes then what are other forms of reward. If not, then what the reward actually is??? please satisfy my query.

From India, Hyderabad
Yes Ritu..
Reward is all these and more..
EVen a good working environment can be a reward...
A paid vacation can be a reward...
A promotion, increment all these are rewards
Anything that is given to an employee for good performance is reward...and it apart from the salary and other benefits he/she gets.
Regards,
Archna

From India, Delhi
As said in above by Archana that compensation also includes non monetary benefit??? Is it so??? if yes, then what kind of benefits it could be???
I think it may be accomodation, hospital, transportation etc, but its not part of CTC. Please help me out to understand it better.

From India, Hyderabad
Hi everyone,
Just went through the above discussion on Comp Vs Reward...I have few points to make here:
What I feel is there is no such difference between Compensation and Rewards, i believe is these words are interchangeably used by organisation. The only difference I feel is more of "PSYCHOLOGICAL" ..now why I am calling its Phys... is because using the word Reward gives a POSITIVE feeling to employee for the skill, time and knowledge they have given to the company and reward gives them a feeling of getting a return for some thing that they willfully gave to the company, where as when I use word COMPENSATION it denotes a "negative word" of paying employees for what they gave you for what they were not willing to but since you pay them they gave it to you.
This is just my perception about these two words...
Please feel free to comment!
Shweta

From India, Hyderabad
Agree with Shweta, but I have a question that is there any practical difference between Compensation and benefits?
From Pakistan, Lahore

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