Reward specialists need to ensure that an organisation’s pay and benefits fit with the organisational context and culture, while being relative to the external market environment.
What does a reward specialist do?
Reward specialists need to understand the legal and regulatory landscapes of the reward agenda before putting together any reward strategy. They’ll typically create a total reward approach, combining a range of different pay and benefits offerings into a flexible framework which meets the diverse needs of its employees.
Types of roles in reward
Here is a shortlist of the types of job titles you might find in reward. As you can see, reward specialist are at all levels of experience and seniority:
- Reward Administrator
- Benefits Co‐ordinator
- Compensation and Benefits Advisor
- Reward and Benefits Manager
- Head of Reward
- Director of Reward
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