Tag: PHR

4 Pitfalls of Improper FMLA/CFRA Tracking

It is generally in your best interest to capture all absences that are Family and Medical Leave (FMLA)‐related, says consultant Kristi McKinzey, PHR. She offers four common hazards employers face when they don’t track all absences.

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10 Tips to Maximize Your LinkedIn Presence

Last Week! Pay Budget Survey—Who’s Doing What? It’s post-recession and pay is going up … but how much? Let’s find out! Participate in BLR’s Pay Budget Survey—free copy of the results to all participants. When people do a Google search on you, what are they going to find? Your LinkedIn page will often be the […]

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6 Design Considerations for Executive Pay Plans

Designing your executive pay plan can be daunting—you need to consider a whole host of factors, such as the company's goals and the competitive environment. Let's take a look at some design considerations for effective executive pay plans.

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6 Design Considerations for Executive Pay Plans

Designing your executive pay plan can be daunting—you need to consider a whole host of factors, such as the company’s goals and the competitive environment. Let’s take a look at some design considerations for effective executive pay plans.

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Preventing Lawsuits—Getting Your Management Team On Board!

By Drenna D. Shive, PHR Let’s face it; if you’ve worked in HR for any period of time, you probably know what needs to be done to prevent employment discrimination and lawsuits. But often times, your managers don’t know. They rely on you … or do they? I have seen more times than not, managers […]

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Failing to Track All FMLA—4 Hazards

It is generally in your best interest to capture all absences that are Family and Medical Leave (FMLA)‐related, says consultant Kristi McKinzey, PHR. She offers four common hazards employers face when they don’t track all absences. McKinzey, a consultant with The Robert E. Miller Group in Kansas City, Missouri, was joined by a colleague, attorney […]

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What is Your Executive Compensation Philosophy?

Executive compensation levels can set the tone for the competitiveness of the organization. How a company defines its executive compensation philosophy will determine how much is offered to executives, which will in turn influence the strategic direction of the organization. For example, does your organization strive to hire only people who perform higher than all […]

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Executive Pay Plan Design Considerations

Designing an executive pay plan requires a lot of facets to be considered, not the least of which is: how high should executive pay be? But the exact amount is far from the only consideration. How should an organization decide to pay executives? Is there a formula to use? Unfortunately, it’s seldom that simple, and […]

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Is ‘Intelligent Leader’ an Oxymoron?

Maybe “intelligent leader” is an oxymoron, says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald, CEO of BLR. He offered these thoughts on leadership and intelligence in a recent edition of The Oswald Letter:

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