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The Golden Years Tarnish as Plans to Retire Fade
Stories by Jessica Marquez
Traditional retirement at age 65 is looking less and less attainable to many workers in the middle of their careers. But some employers are enhancing their 401(k) plans to help get employee savings back on track. Yet companies also are on alert and beefing up their performance management systems to help ensure that they don’t wind up with ranks of disengaged hangers-on who are bent on working well past 65 and will do just enough without getting fired to draw a paycheck.

 

Merit Pay Not Always the Best Employer Payoff
Stories by Fay Hansen

Merit pay is seen as the nearly universal method for distributing wage and salary raises across the United States and, increasingly, around the world. Yet there is plenty of evidence that reveals the assumptions underlying individual performance-based pay programs are incorrect. The real question confronting HR executives and compensation directors from the decades of research is not whether companies should be spending more for performance pay programs, but whether they should be spending less.

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