The traditional salary understood as the daily, weekly or monthly compensation given to the worker for his work remains one of the basic elements of the job. Currently, however, not everyone has enough with it, but another type of salary appears, called 'emotional salary'. This encompasses the benefits (tangible or not) that the company can offer its workers in order to improve their level of well-being and satisfaction, improving their quality of life. Thus, workers need full compensation, which is made up of the following three elements: an economic salary, a recognition of the objectives achieved and a link between professional and personal development.
Workers need to perform both intellectually and emotionally in their jobs. If this is not fulfilled, talent will be the first to flee the company in search of an environment more adapted to the demands themselves. Millennials, meanwhile, are the new workers who see in the emotional salary a fundamental pillar when accepting a job. High salaries attract them to stay in a company, but what really hooks them is the emotional salary. The companies that work for the management of talent and human capital are the ones preferred for this generation.
Are you ready to transform your work into a lifestyle? Is the emotional salary just a thing for millennials?