Think HR Think CHRM
Tuesday - 12 Nov 2019 on LinkedIn
Username : Password: Forgot Password?
Employee Benefits

There is no doubt that these are the days wherein the employee really takes the CTC factor into consideration but then Employee Benefits, if practiced fairly also act as a measure for motivating and retention of employees. It’s infact good news that companies are realizing the fact that no compromise can be done in losing talent and that’s the cause “Talent Retention” is the buzz word these days in each of the corporates.

However, the following can be considered as the various Employee Benefit factors :-

-ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan)

-Employee Referral Schemes

-Employee Recognition Program (Employee of the Month)

-Variable Performance based incentives

-Subsidized Food Coupons/Vouchers

-Insurance Coverage (Life/Accident)

-Stipulated Fixed Training Hours per employee (Yearly basis)

-Frequent Family Get-Togethers

-Fair System of Performance Appraisals

-Succession Planning & Career Plan Charting

Though there are new benefits evolving periodically, these are few of them which shall be considered as a “Benefit”, especially by the Executive & the Officer Cadre.

Comments Listing
Posted: 19/01/2012 02:57:20

It Will sure enrich my knowledge


Posted: 16/07/2011 11:44:27

What a joy to find such clear thinnkig. Thanks for posting!

Posted: 05/07/2011 07:35:58

short and sweet points ... good

Posted: 05/07/2011 07:34:19

tis is very nice and anyone can easily understand ....

All the fields are compulsory.
Your Name
Related Articles
Employee Motivation Messa
Objectives of Fringe Bene
Employee Counseling : Are
Induction of a New Employ
Employee Negativity
Related Discussion
10 Steps In Employee Surv
India's Rising Employee C
Employee Relations (Peer
Training Benefits
Best practices in employe
  Culture, Mission, Values, Ethics
  Compensation & Benefits
  Job Profile
  Opportunity for Career Development