Tess C. Taylor, PHR, The HR Writer
Compensation managers have a tough job. Making decisions about how much to compensate employees for their efforts often involves ‘dancing’ between profitability and fairness. The fact that this work takes a great deal of research, industry knowledge, and tactfulness in the corporate environment means that only the best compensation managers will survive.
In order to achieve top results as a compensation manager, it’s important that one has the right skills to get the job done well. Consider what it takes to excel as the compensation and benefits manager at your organization with the list below.