In yesterday’s Advisor, Navera president and CEO Steve L. Adams provided tips on taking advantage of voluntary benefits; today, we share more on this compensation trend and how to ask the right questions for 2015.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we heard advice from Barry L. Brown, SPHR, CCP, on navigating three tricky compensation situations; today, Brown’s take on how to pay the truly unique individuals at your company.
Patricia Arquette won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress at this year’s Academy Awards, and people are still buzzing about her acceptance speech where she exclaimed: “It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all, and equal rights for women in the United States of America!” Arquette will be pleased to know that […]
Unfortunately, you can’t retain all employees … termination and turnover are going to happen. The 2014 Termination and Exit Interviews Survey examined how HR pros are handling these challenges. Let’s see how you compare!
Succession planning—it’s not a new phenomenon, says consultant Mary Anne Kennedy, but it’s critically important and often done poorly. What will you do if a key person leaves, and there is no replacement?
The Pew Research Center estimates that 10,000 Baby Boomers will reach age 65 every day until the year 2030. While the Boomers in your organization may not be planning on retiring anytime soon, now’s the time to begin preparing for this labor exodus.
YOU are a seasoned HR pro. YOU understand the difference between Internet slang–omg, imho, lmao–and the Title VII defense of BFOQ. We must discuss the BFOQ exception–bona fide occupational qualification–in the wake of the Abu Dhabi adventures of actress, singer, and ex-Biebs girl Selena Gomez. ICYMI (see what I did there?), a picture surfaced of […]
2015 is nearly upon us, and for most companies that means reviewing their compensation budgets. Where to start? At the very beginning, says consultant J. Timothy O’Rourke. Understand the organization’s strategic needs, and know your market’s benchmarks.
SPECIAL from HR Tech Las Vegas The exponential growth of technology is affecting the workplace in exciting ways, and the fields of HR, Compensation, and Benefits are no exception. Among the innovators at this year’s HR Technology® Conference and Expo in Las Vegas was Castlight Health.
Inspired by The Hunger Games trilogy, some employers may feel the urge to pile the employees onto a bus, head off site, and pit coworker against coworker in some form of physical competition under the guise of “team building.” Savvy employers are always looking for new and better ways to motivate the troops, solidify relationships, and build […]