NIS Organises HR Conference on Compensation and Benefits
For the third consecutive year, NIS has been successful at hosting a conference on compensation and benefits this year entitled C&B Fusion 2017, Going Glocal – Global vs. Local Best C&B Practices. Challenges faced by most foreign companies when applying global reward policies in the local market is one of the topical issues that has attracted a lot of attention and interest.
Representatives of more than 70 companies in Serbia were hosted by NIS and C-team at the Business Centre in Belgrade.
The event itself was a diverse package of global trends, different practices and experiences, and challenges of modern and rapidly changing operating conditions.
Representatives of C-team and Korn Ferry Hay Group presented results of the latest surveys and developments in the field of compensation and benefits. It was emphasised that motivators ought to be considered from several perspectives: employers’, employees’ and managers’, stress being highlighted as one of the main triggers of employee dissatisfaction. Leading foreign companies in Serbia: Nestle, JTI, Grundfos and IKEA shared their secret ingredients, ideal combinations and specifics of the global package of compensation customised to the liking of the local employee. PWC led the participants on a time travel and presented a vision of business world in 2022 in which employee expectations and needs, as well as HR tools will reflect three categories of “colours” of companies.
The rich day was rounded off by creative workshops in which participants were instantly turned into chefs with a difficult task to create compensation and benefits systems of various international cuisines but with a twist of Serbian spices. One could experience different traditions and cultures, smells and music, all with the same purpose – to create a perfect blend and harmony that will facilitate both attracting and retaining employees, and meeting business objectives.
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NIS is one of the largest vertically integrated energy companies in Southeast Europe. Its principal activities are exploration, production and refining, sales and distribution of a broad range of petroleum products, as well as the implementation of petrochemical and energy projects. Read more at http://www.nis.eu/en/about-us