Compensation lawsuits are on the rise. Learn what you can do to protect your business with advice labor and employment lawyer Laurence Stuart delivered at SHRM 2013.
Use common sense when preparing to conduct an interview, Heather Huhman writes. Being on time, keeping the discussion relevant and taking notes are all easy but critical steps, she writes.
Today’s rapidly changing business world requires successful human resources managers and financial executives to stay informed. With helpful topics like compensation management, employee retention and talent management, Compensation Today helps keep you up-to-date.
Getting your employees to perform at the highest level requires clear and repeated communication of expectations as well as an explicit outline of how everyone will contribute, Nadia Goodman writes. It’s also important to reward good work and make personal connections with your employees to learn what motivates them.
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share While the Millennial workforce is now the majority age demographic and candidate pool at your workplace, all employees bring different skills, experiences and benefits with them to the table as employees especially the older and more experience group of your employee population. The over 50 age category is challenging to recruit, retain and hire […]
The Brookings Institute study “Is an Aging Workforce Less Productive?” shows older workers, which the report defined as those between the ages of 65 to 74 are being better compensated than their younger workers. Older men are making on average 22% more, while older women make 10% more than younger colleagues
While many of us may be stuck working indoors and within cubicle walls, there are some jobs out there that allow you to discover if the grass is really greener on the other side. We compiled a list of ten jobs that we think sound like a fun way to earn a paycheck, see the […]
When given the choice between a candidate who has a steady track record of success and one who has had some success but also a spotty work history, Art Petty writes, consider choosing the candidate who has overcome difficulties. “The individual who has fought through hardship and displayed signs of survival and success brings a […]
U.S. workers are more optimistic about increased salaries and benefits in the near future and more fearful they will be made irrelevant or be required to do more work for the same pay, according to the most recent Harris Poll Jobs and Benefits Security Index. Of the respondents, 32% saw a pay raise in the […]
Hiring the best people doesn’t necessarily mean hiring the best applicant as quickly as possible, Lou Adler writes. Have an integrated review process for applicants with the goal of developing leaders and not just filling available positions, Adler recommends.
When Adobe’s executives discovered the high costs — in dollars and in attrition — of their annual performance-review process, they scrapped it. The company now uses a yearlong feedback process with annual goals, regular check-ins and a career-development plan.
A survey among U.S. adults age 18 to 34 found that 80% of workers believe they are “job ready and possess all the skills, experience and education needed to advance in their desired career path or obtain their next job.” Yet 40% of U.S. employers say most entry-level job candidates lack even the basic skills […]
Although I am fortunate to not have been a job seeker for many years, I have many colleagues, friends and family that were affected by one our country’s most difficult economic tragedies. I have had the opportunity to help some of them in their job searches. The most important thing that I have stressed is […]