SISTEMAS DE RETRIBUCIÓN INDIRECTA Y GESTIÓN DEL TALENTO: INFLUENCIA DE LA FLEXIBILIDAD DE LOS SISTEMAS DE BENEFICIOS SOCIALES
Vidal Salazar, Maria Dolores
De La Torre Ruiz, Jose Manuel
Cordon Pozo, Eulogio
Rodríguez Zamora, Aurora
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he remuneration systems are key elements in human resource management and competitiveness of enterprises. Companies are looking to be more flexible to adapt to market and projects requirements. Therefore, in recent decades companies have long changed their compensation policies significantly increasing its flexibility. This paper analyzes three different forms of benefit systems and the effects of their application on attracting and retaining talent, differentiating these systems depending on the flexibility offered to the workers. The data of this study have been collected from a sample of 308 human resources managers in Spanish firms, through survey. The results establish that the compensation systems that provide greater freedom to workers in the election of their benefits, adapting to their needs and interests, improve the attractiveness of essential workers for organizations and decrease their turnover rate regarding their competitors.
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