All businesses, large and small need a vision for future growth. This vision includes the growth and rewards approach of the business and a plan for reaching this goal. There are several strategies in which a business can use to realize future success. The following are five of these strategies.

1. Every company needs to employ a specific foundation and framework to be successful. The company’s CEO will need to explore all foundation and framework of the business to be successful in the future years. No company can just hand out rewards and compensation packages without considering what kind of impact on the vision of the business, other reward programs, the company model, financial plan and future goals kept in mind. When a company constructs compensation packages, this sets the precedence for the value of the company, which in turn attracts future talent. It is of utmost importance that the company hires and place talented employees in the right positions. The only person who sets these parameters is the CEO of the company. Never should any other person (s) handle this decision, including the ones in Human Resources.

2. Every business owner must have a clear picture in their mind of where he or she wants to take their business. This owner must decide upon what type of compensation they are willing to pay their employees so that the company is able to reach its goal. This type of thinking creates value for the business and gives the employees a part in the profitability of the business that they helped to create. In other words, “How can the employees have a piece of the profits they were able to help the owner achieve?” The owner must decide upon short and long-term employee incentives. Before the CEO decides upon these issues, the owner must decide upon the employee pay scale.

3. Every business needs to believe in a specific goal orientated to what the business offers consumers. Those who are responsible for employee pay levels must work to define and redefine these levels until they are what best reflects the business’ profit margins. Does the company believe that those responsible for making these pay levels a success receive a return on their account before the company shares these rewards to the employees for a job well done?

4. Companies need to determine, based on its specific philosophy, how employee rewards are paid out of the increased business profits realized. Compensation to employees and sharing of increased business profits are a valuable asset to continued company success. Sometimes compensation programs need changing in order to align everyone concerned with the company’s success. All profits must go to the company first. After a said financial target is met, the company can start funding for the employees. The company must accept 100 percent of all profits. When the profits over this 100 percent are realized can, these profits are then shared with the employees. The company pays itself first order for the company to survive. The company pays those who planned for the profit successfully, as they were responsible for this finance increase to begin with. For a company to realize 100 percent success the business needs to share their vision for the future and all employees must be on board with the thinking of the company. Employees must take on their role as defined by the employer and it is then that the employee realizes the value of their creative endeavors for their company. This is what fuels company growth. It is then that profits are returned to the shareholders or employees. Key producers of these profits need a share of the company’s wealth, depending upon job performance, according to the value they created for the company. If an employee’s value or worth cannot be measure neither can a value be paid back to them?

5. A business must set clear and concise rules and employee positions within the company. A business must clearly defy what the employee’s responsibility is with company plans and reinforce their role within the business. These upper escleon employee roles must clearly speak out to other employees so as everyone is aware of what is expected within their job description. An employee compensation package must define what the company expects and how it expects these employees to fulfill the company’s vision for future growth. Specific compensation packages redefine the role specific employees’ play in the company. Employees using their talents aimed towards company growth needs compensation, but only after the company reaches 100 percent profit.