For decades, any conversation involving startups and executive compensation conjured images of Silicon Valley and shiny office buildings full of technology virtuosos working for innovative companies striving to be the next billion-dollar unicorn.
Companies are facing the challenge of balancing two outcomes. On one hand, they need to preserve themselves to be able to return to business in the future. On the other, their employees are facing well-being challenges and the risk of losing earnings
Disruption is the ‘new normal’ as the fourth industrial revolution gets well underway and organizations begin to adapt to this unprecedented acceleration in the rate of change. As organizations rethink business models, they are beginning to recognize the power of technology to shape the future of everything,
Employees are most committed to their organization when they believe in the business and operate in a high-commitment work environment—one where employees are not only engaged in their work, but also committed to making the organization better.