Yesterday, business consultant and CED guest author Bridget Miller looked at the first 5 of 10 factors you should consider when it comes to setting executive compensation. Today, the rest of her list—plus an introduction to a webinar later this week you’ll want to be sure to catch.
“You can see them coming down the hall … the employee armed with survey data that show that he or she is grossly underpaid.” Consultant Barry L. Brown, SPHR, CCP, has a plan for blunting these attacks.
Your company has a great new photocopier that’s making a lot of people’s jobs much easier. It’s also exponentially increasing your company’s lawsuit risks.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has published details on the top 10 issues identified during examinations of 401(k) plans. These are the issues that the IRS will be focusing on when conducting an audit.
Even with pay for performance, says consultant Eugene C. Epps, managing partner of EP2S Compensation Solutions, LLC, many companies are promoting the wrong people and granting raises for the wrong reasons.
You’re probably already aware of the danger of bias lawsuits, but there are many other legal threats in the HR arena. Today, California attorney and SPHR Allison West briefs us on defamation, negligence, and fraud lawsuits.
Terminations are no picnic for anyone, but since they are the genesis of many lawsuits, it’s worth learning how to do them right. Handling them carefully can save cash, calm frayed nerves, and maintain morale and productivity—as long as you don’t commit one of these 10 sins.
Ask employees what they like least about their jobs, and they typically cite a problem with communication. In fact, in many national employee attitude surveys, participating organizations across the board were rated lowest on questions related to communication. This is particularly unfortunate given that employees who took the survey said communication was very important to […]