Partner - Risk Management
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Employers give incentives for the recruiters to attract them and retain talent. Rewarding employees is a nature of extending the gratitude for one who meets and exceeds the job expectations. This is given to motivate their high performance and also to keep up their energy levels. Whatever industry we are in Human Resource seeks the incentive for Employee Recognition and Perfomance.
Whether in whatever sector we are in; Incentive is a rudimentary for an employee. I also would draw attention to those SALES people as, they do a lot and depend on thier incentives. It is said to have a good practise as it enlivens the intensifies ones work.
Therefore, you may talk to the management and see what they want to put in practise and execute.
3rd November 2012 From India, Visakhapatnam
3rd November 2012 From India, Kochi
While Sharmila Das & Ashok Negidi clarified your primary query, I get a feeling that there's some confusion in your mind about the topic/issue of incentives for recruitment.
Pl note that while it's NOT mandatory for a company to GIVE INCENTIVES to recruiters, it is ALSO NOT mandatory that the driving factor for a recruiter HAS to be incentive. There would be multiple choices--and it all depends on the the Employer AND the individual.
From the Employer's perspective, salaries @ some companies would be quite high--to circumvent the need for any Incentives.
From the individual's perspective, he/she COULD have his/her own set of priorities for working--effectively & NOT with disinterest--in an environment which may not have incentives, but has other attributes/facilities that cater to his/her priorities.
In a Nutshell, it depends on multiple factors rather than a single one, as to 'HOW MUCH of a driving factor' are Incentives in recruiting.
3rd November 2012 From India, Hyderabad
The ideal position is that the employer shall pay incentives as a token of reward and recognition of any good work done by the employees to motivate them apart from reimbursing travelling expenses.Therefore it depends up on the good will of the employer
HR & Labour Law advsior
4th November 2012 From India, Mumbai
In sales, incentive is easy, as higher the number, better for the company.
In recruitment, that's not the case, its like incentive for purchase dept. it's mostly not done.
9th December 2012 From India, Mumbai