The hkp/// group is an independent and partner-led international consulting firm specializing
in performance management, talent management and compensation.
Employee Share Plans in Switzerland and Germany
Swiss multi-national companies have a long tradition offering shares to their employees globally. In Germany, the use of employee share plans is also increasing. Barbara Seta and Dr. Björn Hinderlich discuss the differences in local market practice.
Grading: A dynamic market
The hkp/// group experts Dr. Björn Hinderlich and Sebastian Wetzel presenting the results of the most current hkp/// survey on grading systems and market practice in Austria, Germany and in Switzerland.
A recent viewpoint by Pay Governance LLC – hkp/// group alliance partner in the US and in Asia – refutes studies questioning incentive effects of stock based compensation on long-term company performance. The experts believe that companies must continue to grant competitive levels of equity incentives, and monitor the alignment of these awards with company TSR after the fact using realizable pay.
Sales compensation should reward actual sales success
hkp.com spoke to hkp/// group experts Sebastian Hees and Joachim Kayser about the challenges of developing effective sales compensation systems, in particular the use of hard and soft targets.
Global Equity Insights Survey 2016
Survey results summarized in a press release. Further results and conclusions are to be found in an article by hkp/// group expert Sebastian Hees, published in the most recent issue of Compensation & Benefits Magazin (FAZ).
Compensation as key element in the context of an IPO
The hkp/// group experts Melanie Wagner and Martin Pfändler on the role of compensation in the context of an IPO
The future of HR in the Mittelstand – agile, digital... and phenomenal.
We invite you to join us at the 4th hkp/// HR Forum for Medium Sized Companies on October 12, 2016 in the FORUM Haus der Architekten in Stuttgart.
Update on ...
Compensation in European banks. Report on Benchmarking of Remuneration and High Earners –
Results of an European Banking Authority analysis