Faced with increasing competition for talent in the auto sector market leader Maruti (owned by Japanese maker Suzuki) has revamped its Talent compensation systems. The innovative part I find is the bit about helping employees to buy a house at a lower price. I wonder if this practice will catch on and what kind of impact it would have on attrition.
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Maruti plans to induct younger professionals into to the senior management cadre and devise salaries linked to performance even as it hikes entry-level pay, and throws in novel incentives to hold on to its executives on the fast track.
Maruti has increased performance-linked pay from junior levels to the top management by between 10% and 25%. "We have linked our variable pay to the financial performance of the company with a greater focus on cash variables as the liability is lower," said S.Y Siddiqui, Managing Executive Officer, HR & Administration, Maruti Suzuki. Other carrots include helping employees buy a house by negotiating with builders for a better price.