Monthly Archives: August 2017

 

Remuneration Challenges & Recommendations – A Country Perspective

Country Wage System overview Staff costs take a big junk of what every business generates in revenue hence the high level of attention it attracts from senior corporate leaders and shareholders. Despite the significance of optimal staff costs in running a successful business most organisation have no coherent strategy to harness the value from what […]
Why Performance Management is a waste of time and resources

Why Performance Management is a waste of time and resources

In most organisations, performance management is a waste of time and resources. Whilst most organisations claim to use some form of performance management systems very few have realised the full benefits of such a system. The major reasons for failure of performance management systems is poor design and implementation and general lack of political will. […]

Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill: What can be improved?

While the government should be applauded for taking steps to address corporate governance issues in public entities through the Public Entities and Corporate Governance Bill, it should be noted that the major perennial problem with state entities has not been lack of legislation to deal with violations of standards, but lack of political will to […]
Why do Employees prefer: A Good Boss or Good Remuneration

Why do Employees prefer: A Good Boss or Good Remuneration

Contrary to previous research findings that indicate that employees opt for a good boss when asked to choose between that and good remuneration; our findings this year seem to contradict these findings. About half of the participants (50.3 percent) said they would rather have better remuneration (salaries and benefits) than a good boss (immediate manager). […]
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