Posts By: Ray O’Donnell

Enhance any Compensation Package with Non-Monetary Benefits

Did you know that the majority of workers go to work every day motivated by things other than their salary? Since that’s the case, wouldn’t it be great if they had a compelling print (or even a convenient online) compensation package that clearly articulated EVERY reward they receive from their employer, including non-monetary benefits? They do – and you can deliver it to them!

Ready to get started?

Log in to your total rewards project now to take your employees’ total rewards statements beyond monetary rewards with comprehensive benefits like fitness plans, career advancement tracks, and work-life balance.

Here’s how – it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3:

Users’ Top 5 TotalRewards Builder Features

As you get started on your total rewards project, we want to make sure you take the time to familiarize yourself with our newest features. Want a little help? Listen to our users!

Take a look at our users’ five favorite TotalRewards Builder features as you look to create the most engaging total compensation statements your employees have ever seen.

Custom Design

Using our design settings, you can make your statements fly off the page with custom colors, charts and images that engage employees while communicating your company’s vision and brand. You can even upload your own pictures to produce statements that highlight your company’s uniqueness and personality.

3 Steps to Starting a Successful Total Rewards Project


Your project is live and your login is ready. But, before you start the fun of creating customized total rewards statements, you’ll need to know how to do it – and not just how to do it, but how to do it in the best possible way.

Once you’ve logged in to TotalRewards Builder, take these two steps to set your total rewards project up for success.

1. Choose the timeline your total rewards data will represent

The timeframe of your data dictates the length of your project. Most clients choose one of the following timeframes:

  • Retrospective (Calendar Year): January 1 to December 31 of previous year
  • Retrospective (Fiscal Year): July 1 to June 30 of previous fiscal year
  • Current: Current salary and benefit elections annualized for a full year
  • Prospective: Captured in the first quarter and projected for the rest of the year