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Federal Overtime Regulations and What They Mean for Your Company

Starting on December 1, 2016, employers across the country will have to contend with new federal overtime regulations, when the provisions to the Fair Labor …

by Christopher Fusco, CCP, GRP, SPHR - November 18, 2016
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365-Day Compensation Plan Checklist

It’s hard to believe, but 2017 is right around the corner. And now that we’re in the fourth quarter of 2016, many companies are focused …

by Mark Szypko, CCP, GRP - October 31, 2016
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Why Excel Is Not the Answer for Market Pricing

Excel has long been the go-to platform for managing compensation. After all, it’s free, available on almost every computer, and familiar to most people. It’s …

by Scott Sargent, CCP - October 14, 2016
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Top 5 HR Technology Trends to Consider

The world of HR – and the compensation branch in particular – is characterized by constant change. Each year, new trends, shifting priorities and technological …

by Luke Corby, CCP - September 23, 2016
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Improving Employee Engagement Through Compensation Communication

As the workforce evolves, the world of HR continues to evolve along with it. A growing focus on workforce diversity, devices that enable mobile work, …

by Christopher Fusco, CCP, GRP, SPHR - September 15, 2016
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What Does the FLSA Mean for Your Organization Today?

Since its introduction in 1938, the Fair Labor Standards Act, or FLSA, has had a significant impact on the way we work. This landmark legislation …

by Mark Szypko, CCP, GRP - August 26, 2016
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The Implications of Discussing Salary Requirements during an Interview

Interviews are an essential part of the hiring process. They give employers the chance to have far-reaching, insightful conversations with their job candidates about what …

by Mark Szypko, CCP, GRP - August 5, 2016
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5 Ways to Attack the Pay Inequity Issue Head-On

Despite laws, regulations and cultural uproar, pay inequity still exists. But Facebook rants and heated dinner conversations aren’t enough to make genuine change…

by Meghan M Biro - June 1, 2016