By Bryan Van Noy Whenever your company is thinking about giving out some additional compensation, it seems so easy to go with cash. But Bryan Van Noy, a compensation expert and cofounder of Sonic Boom Wellness, says that cash compensation lacks what really matters about compensation: staying power, not to mention originality. When it comes […]
By Jennifer Carsen, JD You are undoubtedly weary of hearing about everything the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires of you in terms of the employee health care coverage you’re mandated to provide.
Burns & McDonnell earned the number 14 spot on Fortune’s inaugural ‘100 Best Workplaces for Millennials’ list, earning a 96% ranking or above for great challenges, atmosphere, rewards, pride, communication, and bosses. The rankings were the result of a survey of nearly 90,000 Millennials by Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine. The survey shows […]
In Yesterday’s Advisor we discovered that the majority of American workers would choose better perks and benefits over better pay. Today we’ll discuss how they feel about salary expectations and job security. Where Do You See Your Salary in 1 Year? Glassdoor® asked its participants if they expected a pay raise or a cost of […]
By Rodney Mason, Blackhawk Engagement Solutions
By Max Lytvyn, Grammarly The most valuable employees are those who emotionally invest themselves in the mission and culture of your organization. In order to retain your best workers you must hire candidates who resonate with the values of your company. Managers often simplify employee retention strategy by focusing on perks and rewards. But the […]
Most people understand the notion that public sector employees have made a choice to exchange some financial compensation for noncash rewards, including superlative benefits. E. James Brennan, a compensation expert with decades of experience in the field, says there are nuances that many of us do not truly understand.
By Chris Hill, the founder and CEO of Spotlite Reaping the rewards of a rich assortment of medical and voluntary insurance products—such as lower costs and higher levels of employee satisfaction and retention—requires an engaging enrollment process that provides employees with all they need to make purchase decisions they feel good about. Read more.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we presented some of the results of our 2015 Performance Management Survey; today, the rest of the results, including the role of HR and the top five errors supervisors make.
In yesterday’s Advisor, Steve L. Adams shared some of the advantages of voluntary benefits and how to facilitate enrollment; today, we present more findings regarding this trend in compensation and what to consider for 2015.