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Expert Opinions on Pay Transparency

Compensation isn’t always easy to talk about. In fact, it’s still one of the most closely guarded topics within even the closest circles of family and friends. While we’re reticent to discuss how much we make or how much we pay in our personal lives,…


Posted on March 2, 2016 at 10:14am

Employee Bonuses V.S. Raises... Which is More Important?

As the 9-to-5 continues to become a thing of the past, companies are scrambling to figure out new ways of paying their employees. …


Posted on February 9, 2016 at 8:22am

Are You Hesitant to Base Compensation on Performance? Don't be.

At most companies, compensation is based on performance. If an employee shows that they’re worth their salary and more, they get a raise (and a bonus, depending on the job and company). Recently, however, there’s been a shift in thinking about the…


Posted on February 4, 2016 at 10:35am

It's Easy to Get Lost in the Past with Performance Reviews...

You’ve looked far and wide for a solid reason to keep the performance appraisal aspect of your performance management system around. You know the metrics from the evaluations are key to improving the business, unfortunately your managers and employees…


Posted on January 28, 2016 at 11:04am

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