Clearly defined reward principles aligned to your strategic direction
Having a clear reward strategy
Finding the right reward strategy is not just about pay. Getting pay right is only part of the equation.
Putting a reward strategy in place means analysing your business and people objectives, work culture, performance and organisational values to identify what matters most to you. An effective reward strategy enables you to get the best from your people—helping to keep your team focused, motivated and engaged. Your dedicated 3R Strategy team will work closely with you to really understand your business and ask all the right questions to co- create and articulate your reward strategy.
Defining your reward principles
We will work with your leadership team to understand where you are as an organisation and consider where you aspire to be in the future. We will discuss your current assumptions around pay practices, competitive positioning and governance.
Based on the feedback from the leadership team, we will draft your reward principles aligned to your strategic objectives and organisational values. These forward-looking reward principles will underpin the design of any future reward framework.
Why work with 3R Strategy?
An extension of your HR team
We don’t just provide high-level strategy, but work as an extension of your HR team to implement and communicate each stage of the project.
We work on a fixed-fee basis, so you know exactly what you will be spending from the outset.
Flexible and cost-efficient
We operate a remote and flexible working policy, enabling us to deliver agile, high-quality expertise without the price tag of a big consultancy.
A trusted partner
We pride ourselves on creating ethical relationships with our clients and colleagues based on integrity, trust and thought leadership.
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