When to Use a Host-Based Compensation Program
Do you know when to use a host-based compensation program?
Many companies are turning toward host-based approaches as we see a positive shift in attitudes toward international assignments, and as pay levels become increasingly universal. Under the right circumstances, a host-based approach can be more cost effective than the traditional balance sheet.
This white paper defines the host-based approach and discusses the types of situations in which it works best.
As the host-based approach gains popularity, it is important to understand the factors that should be considered when incorporating it into your global mobility program.
This white paper will explore:
- the definition of a host-based approach
- situations where a host-based approach works well
- when to use a host-based approach
- when not to use a host-based approach