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An Open Letter from the CMO: If It’s Not Personal, Why Bother?

“Whatever else anything is, it ought to begin by being personal.” This quote was a turning point in the 1996 …

Writing Job Descriptions That Bring in A-List Candidates

Attracting talent to your organization seems like it would be pretty simple – just post a job description on your …

Creating an Effective Merit Plan: Optimize Your Salary Increase Budget like a Pro

Most organizations have already recognized the value in paying for performance. Research shows that having a clearly communicated pay-for-performance plan …

Editor's Pick : HR’s next frontier: Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Despite what some people may think, Artificial Intelligence (AI) isn’t just Alexa ordering replacement paper towels for you, or telling you she doesn’t understand what …

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April Compensation Trends 2018: 10 Articles Making Waves in the HR Space

Welcome to the fourth edition of the “compensation corral” – a monthly round-up summarizing 10 topically relevant articles in the space. The weather in April …

by Kara Deyermenjian - April 30, 2018
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Equal Pay and the Gender Pay Gap in America

What Is Equal Pay Day? Equal Pay Day is the approximate day the typical woman must work into the new year to make what the …

by Sarah Reynolds - April 10, 2018
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Data is King: Survey Your Way to Better Decision Making

When the time rolls around to start planning for costs associated with salaries, it’s not uncommon for a stakeholder to ask, “what kind of budget …

by Kara Deyermenjian - April 6, 2018
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Compensation Corral: Your March Round-Up of All Things Comp

Welcome to the third edition of the “compensation corral” – a monthly round-up summarizing 10 topically relevant articles in the space. March certainty went by …

by Kara Deyermenjian - March 30, 2018
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Communicating Your Pay Plan Deserves More Than an E-mail Blast

The compensation landscape is changing. Employers are expected to step up to the plate and deliver ongoing compensation conversations and transparency to their employees. The …

by Kara Deyermenjian - March 1, 2018
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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 space. We strive to stay …

by Kara Deyermenjian - February 28, 2018
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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” – a monthly round-up summarizing …

by Kara Deyermenjian - January 31, 2018
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Creating an Effective Merit Plan: Optimize Your Salary Increase Budget like a Pro

Most organizations have already recognized the value in paying for performance. Research shows that having a clearly communicated pay-for-performance plan increases external competitiveness, manages employee …

by Kara Deyermenjian - January 31, 2018
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Compensation in 2018: The 10 Trends to Watch

Here are the top ten trends we predict will influence the HR industry in 2018. Want to see the top ten trends we tracked in …

by Sarah Reynolds - January 26, 2018
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An Open Letter from the CMO: If It’s Not Personal, Why Bother?

“Whatever else anything is, it ought to begin by being personal.” This quote was a turning point in the 1996 drama/romance film “You’ve Got Mail”.  …

by Alys Scott - January 12, 2018