As we discussed yesterday, part of the federal government’s plan to achieve pay equality for men and women involves the collection of compensation data from federal contractors.
Tag: Wage Hour
In his 2015 State of the Union speech, President Obama pressed Congress to “pass a law that makes sure a woman is paid the same as a man for doing the same work.” Although the president’s plea for the passage of stronger pay discrimination laws is unlikely to sway the Republican-controlled House and Senate, the […]
It’s time for another wage and hour roundup—our regular collection of cases that remind HR managers that wage and hour violations are still prevalent—and expensive.
In yesterday’s Advisor, experts Cassandra Faurote and Karl Ahlrichs presented some popular base pay options and how they work; today, they share the top 10 mistakes employers are making when it comes to compensation.
Pay is going to be a huge factor in attracting (and retaining) high performers in 2015. What are some of the options out there that work? Here are some ideas for revamping your comp plans from Cassandra Faurote and Karl Ahlrichs, SPHR.
Happy New Year, readers! Before you celebrate, take a moment to reflect on your accomplishments of 2014.
SPECIAL from HR Tech Las Vegas In yesterday’s Advisor, we learned about advancements in healthcare benefit management that were presented at HR Tech Las Vegas; today, innovations in connecting new recruits with seasoned mentors in your organization.
In yesterday’s Advisor, River Software’s Randy Emelo and HP’s Becky Simeon, PhD, talked about the big changes in corporate learning and, particularly, the move toward social learning. Today, the benefits of social learning systems.
In the 90s, we all went to e-learning, says River Software’s Randy Emelo, but today, it’s all about micro-learning—bite-sized chunks of learning, the shorter the better. You tear it apart, then talk about what you are doing—that’s social learning.
Special from HR Tech Las Vegas Yesterday’s Advisor featured consultant Andrew McAfee’s thoughts on the rapidly developing world of technology. Today, his take on the role of geeks and HIPPOs.