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Compensation Corral: Your Monthly Round-Up of All Things Comp

At Salary.com, we strive to keep pace with all things compensation and HR. That’s why we’ve started the “compensation corral” …

Compensation Corral: February’s Round-up of All Things Comp

Welcome to the second edition of the “compensation corral” – a monthly round-up summarizing 10 topically relevant articles in the …

Pay for Performance: Driving Alignment and Merit Pay Program Success

Communicate how your pay-for-performance policy can help employees reach goals In every organization, there are different business units with very …

Editor's Pick : Employee Turnover: Calculating the Real Cost

There’s always a slew of numbers floating around the internet claiming to represent the amount of money organizations lose when one of their employees ...

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War for Talent: Are Winners Quitting Their Jobs?

As workers grow more confident in this strong economy, the war for talent wages on in surprising ways.  May 2018’s historically low 3.8% unemployment rate increased to a still-low 4.0%. But for the …

by Connor Harrison - July 12, 2018
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June Compensation Trends 2018: What’s Everyone Talking About?

Thank you for checking out the sixth edition of the “compensation corral” – a monthly round-up summarizing 10 topically relevant articles in the space. This …

by Kara Deyermenjian - July 3, 2018
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SHRM18 Helped Us “Expand Our World”: 5 Important Takeaways

“I love this conference because it’s 22,000 people looking for the same thing: knowledge,” Jillian Marques, Director of HR at Salary.com Putting ‘Human’ Back in …

by Tory Waldron - June 25, 2018
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Beyond the Product: What Being the World’s Largest Compensation Data Provider Means to Us

Here at Salary.com, we’ve created and maintained the most expansive compensation database available to consumers and businesses worldwide. While we take a lot of pride …

by Connor Harrison - June 15, 2018
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Q&A: Tales of HR Pain Points from One Industry to Another

Sometimes it can be hard to relate to workers in industries other than your own, even when your chosen profession is the same. People get …

by Kara Deyermenjian - June 14, 2018
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5 Ways Employers Can Support Diversity and Inclusion

Now more than ever, employees tend to have the upper hand when job hunting and employers find themselves going head-to-head with other noble competitors to …

by Kara Deyermenjian - June 11, 2018
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Iceland Wants to Close Gender Pay Gap by 2022

At the beginning of the year, Iceland made it illegal to pay men more than women – and now they’re enforcing it. The law, first …

by Connor Harrison - June 11, 2018
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Our Top 5 Recommended SHRM18 Sessions

This year’s SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition is around the corner, and we are just counting down the days. Held June 17-20 in Chicago, SHRM …

by Tory Waldron - June 5, 2018
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May Compensation Trends 2018: 10 Articles Worth the Read

Welcome to the fifth edition of the “compensation corral” – a monthly round-up summarizing 10 topically relevant articles in the space. The European Union (EU) General …

by Kara Deyermenjian - May 31, 2018
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Employee Turnover: Calculating the Real Cost

There’s always a slew of numbers floating around the internet claiming to represent the amount of money organizations lose when one of their employees quits. …

by Kara Deyermenjian - May 21, 2018