Defining “diversity and inclusion” is a Herculean task when it comes to reaching consensus. But destiny mixes with the path, and in the path there is a shared will: to build something bigger and better.
Described for the first time in the US, the phenomenon of the great resignation is characterised by mass layoffs. Leveraging development, promoting internal mobility in organisations and preventing someone from being left behind are some of the strategies recommended by experts.
Finland announced that it is preparing a law that allows citizens access to the salaries of their co-workers whenever they suspect discrimination. Transparency, also applied to salaries, is a tendency to reduce inequalities: in which stage are we in Portugal?
If there were doubts that we are witnessing a revolution at work - and in life in general -, also materialised in the way companies pay their employees, all of them disappeared in yet another ReFLEXions by Coverflex. In “Benefits Revolution: how much is flexible compensation worth in attracting and retaining talent?”, Eduardo Andrade, João Chainho and Pedro Albuquerque shared experiences and knowledge about what they have seen, over the years, in the national technological market, and in particular in the way talent behaves during recruitment and in companies' day-to-day.
The definition is vast, experts assure. Emotional salary is defined by how employees feel motivated and involved with the organisation and describes much more than the remuneration paid by each company to its people as a reward for their work. Gym classes, yoga classes, a comfortable office, remote work budget, team activities or informal get-togethers are often drivers of better involvement of people with organisations, creating a culture of cooperation and collaboration that raises the emotional salary every month.
Salary is no longer the only condition for attracting and retaining talent in companies. Monthly remuneration is insufficient to keep talent motivated and involved and it is more and more complemented by personalised offers, adapted to each person and each phase of their lives.