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Employees Compensation

Employees compensation basically refers to the payment given to an employee for completing his task in a company. The employee’s compensation can be divided into various categories such as salary, tips, bonus and wages. Employee compensation keeps your employees content with their work as they feel that their hard work is being paid in the right way. The employee compensation package may attract various employees to a company. Employee’s compensation can not just be monetary but it can also be a form of non-monetary benefits. It is an important aspect of the management process in any business company. If you want to retain your most skilled employees and plan to hire more professional individuals, this is probably the most important deciding factor.

If you have your very own business and want to satisfy your employees without putting a hole in the company’s financial condition, you can adopt various policies. First and foremost you will need to understand the various types of compensations which you can grant to your employees. These may include-

BONUSES- The very criteria on giving a bonus is good performance. Those employees who have done credible work should be awarded with bonuses as it will boost their morale. Bonus is a great compensation technique which pushes the employees to perform even better. Bonuses are fair way of rewarding an employees achievement and therefore does not lead to any kind of clashes in the company. To get the maximum out of your employee’s performance, you should not fix a certain bonus level. Because once they reach that level, their performance will start declining. Keep the bonus limit flexible and ever-changing in order to achieve long-term goals.

NON-MONETARY COMPENSATIONS- these are those employee compensations which cannot be counted in terms of money. These may include vacations, retirement programs, medical insurance, extra-curricular activities, relaxed work environment, lifestyle benefits and family care packages. Employees look forward to all these forms of compensations as it helps them to balance their professional and personal lives.

But there are a few important points which you must be aware about employee compensation. These may especially be related to the monetary compensations, since there are various withholding laws associated with it which keeps on changing time to time. For those employers who own a smaller business, they need to be abreast about the modifications in the employment tax system. For the employees who have been hired for a short time-period, it is not necessary that they qualify for the employee compensations. Therefore if you keep all these points in mind, you will be compensating your employees in a much better manner.

Mrs A was a cook at a large hospital, she was injured when she tripped on a piece of vinyl flooring which had become raised. She suffered a soft tissue knee injury that brought forward pre-existing arthritis by 3 years and she was awarded £4,300.00 within 9 months of instructing Cooks.
"I was kept informed at every step by my Solicitor. A First Class service."
Mrs A of Coventry

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Typical Examples of Compensation
Serious Back Injury
Wrist Injury
Serious Neck Injury
Serious Hand Injury
Ankle Injury
Serious Knee Injury
Serious Head Injury