A Case of the Mondays by Rameez Kaleem
What is pay transparency? Despite the common misconception, it’s not about publishing everyone’s salaries. It’s about providing context to employees about how pay decisions are made to establish a culture of trust, fairness and equality.
The pay transparency journey is different for each organisation. It is dependent on the starting position and the culture already in place. A Case of the Mondays is an ideal read for all organisations, no matter their starting point.
“A thought-provoking and practical guide for any HR professional embarking on a pay transparency journey in their organisation”
“The book all business leaders and HR directors should read if they are looking to understand the benefits of pay transparency.”
“This book is a must read for all HR professionals… it makes pay transparency simple and easy to understand with practical steps.”
What will you learn from this book?
With a whopping 85% of people unhappy in their jobs, it’s no wonder why many people experience Sunday night dread. In fact, recent data shows that a staggering 4 out of 5 people say they get a bad night’s sleep on a Sunday, worried about going to work the next day.
This anxiety and unhappiness could be down to a heavy workload or toxic colleagues, however, Rameez Kaleem believes the reason many of us dread going to work is because there’s a lack of trust and transparency in the workplace.
This book will help you to:
- Commit to pay transparency without publishing everyone’s salaries
- Appreciate that pay transparency is a gradual process
- Provide context to improve employee satisfaction even if you can’t afford to pay higher salaries
- Understand the interplay of pay and having a sense of purpose and belonging in the workplace
- Plan and successfully implement more pay transparency in your organisation
About the author
Rameez has over 20 years of experience in reward and has worked in consultancy and in-house roles.
At Willis Towers Watson he worked with clients in financial services, general industry, and was the European lead for the media sector pay surveys, which included clients such as Google, Microsoft, BBC and Disney.
Rameez left Willis Towers Watson to join one of his media clients, Auto Trader, and subsequently worked at RSA Insurance, a FTSE 100 organisation.
In 2015, Rameez founded 3R Strategy, a reward consultancy working as an extension of clients’ HR teams to introduce more transparent, fair, and equitable pay and reward structures. Rameez and his colleagues work with clients to develop their reward strategies, career and job evaluation frameworks, pay structures and pay progression, incentives, and equal pay.
3R Strategy works with clients across all sectors from non-profit to financial services, biotech, professional services, and real estate.
Rameez is an advisor to the remuneration committee at the Royal College of Paediatrics and the Royal College of Anaesthetists.