Now available from Ventana Research is our Value Index on Total Compensation Management for 2014. Total compensation management directly addresses one of an organization’s largest investments – employee pay. As such it is a critical activity for supporting other human capital management and talent management processes.
Topics: Analytics, beqom, Business Analytics, Business Collaboration, Cloud Computing, Decusoft, Financial Performance, IBM, Kenexa, Mobility, Oracle, Pay for Performance, Peoplefluent, SAP, SuccessFactors, SumTotal Systems, TCM, Towers Watson, Value Index, Workforce Performance, Human Capital Management, Compensation
Our recently released benchmark research on optimizing payroll management assesses how organizations use payroll information, processes and technology. It finds that most of them still need to improve. Our analysis compared the forces motivating investment in payroll management systems to broader strategic drivers for human capital management (HCM) that I previously outlined and found substantial agreement. Three of the five leading factors – demand for higher employee productivity (48%), limited alignment between pay and performance (36%), and inconsistent execution of performance goals (24%) – are part of a broader HCM agenda as seen in previous research projects and discussions with clients. But apart from that the research found a disconnect between what motivates companies and what they actually are doing.
Topics: Employee Productivity, Financial Performance, HCM, HR, Pay for Performance, Payroll Management, Talent Management, Workforce Management, Workforce Performance, Office of Finance, Big Data, benchmark