7 Tips for Moving to a Pay-for-Performance Culture

Companies have seen a bit of a revolution in performance-based pay in the past few years. Most have removed the rank-and-yank style of performance management. Some are removing performance ratings altogether to emphasize the future-looking, coaching-based conversations managers should be …

7 Compensation Resolutions for 2017

Admittedly I don’t typically make resolutions. I like goals, plans, and measurable actions. Over time, the process of making resolutions has come to feel like empty promises to myself. That said, 2016 was a challenging year for me, so to …

Modern Pay for Performance

Performance management is definitely undergoing a midlife crisis; it’s time for it to reinvent itself. For the past few HR and compensation conferences I’ve attended, the question has been heavy in the air: what are you doing about your performance …

Lessons in Pay Equity

In March, members of the United States women’s national soccer team (USWNT)—the reigning World Cup Champions—filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), alleging wage discrimination by the U. S. Soccer Federation when their pay is compared to …

You’re Overpaying. Now What?

Just discovered that a large portion of your workforce is overpaid compared to the market and not sure what to do? Read through our helpful guide on what can trigger overpayment, correcting the problem, and how to avoid going in …

Why it Pays to Pay More

PayScale’s compensation data indicates that an overwhelming majority of employees gave pay raises last year. For millions of workers, this is good news. However, raising wages across the board is a daunting scenario for most businesses.

The #Fightfor15 movement has

Ignorance is bliss, but knowledge is power

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

Think ignorance is
bliss?

You’ve heard some rumbling here and there, but no one has
come out and said anything. That means you don’t have a compensation issue. Right?
Well, maybe, …

Stupid Things in Compensation

By Tripp Ritter, PayScale.com

 

Save Yourself
Some Pain and Read On
Did
you miss last week’s hugely popular PayScale webinar? The one in which Stacey
Carroll, PayScale’s Principal Consultant, detailed the big mistakes companies
make in compensation decisions? Well …

CFO Corner: Retaining Top Performers

You Can’t Hit Your Numbers Without Your Top Performers

Note: This is the first of a series of posts geared towards CFOs, finance and how HR can work effectively with Finance.

Retaining talent is one of the most important tasks …