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  • Use Data When Setting Raises, But Don't Stop There

    How the PayScale Index Fits Into Raise Planning

    Some high level strategic thinking and data gathering must happen before raises can be given out. From following inflation and local market rate shifts, to considering business goals and budget constraints, HR professionals must be extra hard working and efficient with their time to pull off smart merit increases. How can all of the information gathering be simplified? When do you have enough input to make a smart decision?

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  • A Way Around the Pay Gap?

    Should You Tell Your Applicants About Your Pay Ranges?

    Being interviewed for a documentary on the gender pay gap inspired one woman to construct legislation designed to eliminate it. Blogger Katie Donovan has proposed the Salary Disclosure to Promote Equality Act with the aim of leveling the playing field for employers and employees in the salary negotiation  process. What does that legislation say and how could it affect employers?

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  • In the Talent Wars, Compensation Matters. So Does Communication.

    Real Life Lessons From VerticalResponse

    By Tim Low, PayScale.com

    The PayScale Talent Wars event series hit San Francisco last week. Among other speakers, Kate Aughenbaugh, Director of HR at VerticalResponse, a Bay Area marketing and social media platform company, spoke about her experiences working with PayScale to implement a compensation strategy. 

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  • Managing Employee Pay with Ranges

    Options For Handling Outliers

    By Mykkah Herner, MA, CCP, Compensation Consultant at PayScale

    You've just finished benchmarking all your jobs. You’ve established some ranges for your positions. Maybe you even have a structure, with grades, to which you’ve assigned each position. You’re ahead of the game, with most of your work is behind you, right? Well, yes and no. Inevitably some employees will fall below your range, and some may fall above. Now it's time to manage employee pay based on the ranges you’ve developed.

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  • The PayScale Index: Which Jobs Do Best?

    Is Your Job One of the Winners?

    By Tripp Ritter, PayScale

    Earlier this week, we saw that The PayScale Index revealed major differences in wage growth among metros. Hold on to your hats, because the differences in wage growth among jobs is even more stark. The leading job's wages raced ahead nearly 10% since 2006. The last place job did so poorly that it has lower wages than in 2006! You can find all the details in the The PayScale Index, but we also have an infographic showing the top and bottom three. Find out how your job fared in the past few years.
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  • The PayScale Index: Which Cities Do Best?

    Where are People Making More Money?

    By Tripp Ritter, PayScale

    The economy, on the whole, is on the way up. If that doesn't ring true, it could be where you live. There are significant differences in wage growth between major metros. The PayScale Index breaks the differences down for you. Is your metro a leader or is it a lagard? Find out now.
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  • The PayScale Index: Wages Finally Climb Back

    The Economy Really is Recovering

    By Tripp Ritter, PayScale

    PayScale’s data on the economy can get pretty specific. With tens of millions of data points on jobs, we often drill deep down to see what is happening in a particular industry or in a particular city. Other times, we take a look at the economy as a whole. When we want to look at what is happening in the economy at all levels, we turn to The PayScale Index.

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  • How to Handle Prospective Employees with Tattoos?

    Set Your Tattoo Policy with Care

    By Tripp Ritter, PayScale

    Here's a problem HR managers didn't face in the good old days. What to do about prospective employees who have facial piercings or visible tattoos? Is it any different for existing employees? The questions matter for more and more employers. A surprising number of potential hires are tattooed, and its not just the kids. According to the Pew Research Center, four of ten 26 to 40 year olds have at least one tattoo.  

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