Aside from restarting raises, how else could we reward employees whose pay has been relatively flat during the past several years?
—Money Isn't Everything, staff development, hospitality and travel, Washington, D.C.
How to build an effective benefits and compensation program to reward employees while making the most of limited resources.Read More
As Garcia v. SAR Food of Ohio illustrates, if you fail to pay under these circumstances, you are taking a huge wage-and-hour risk.
New titles and emerging roles complicate the once-button-down job of defining and setting compensation.Read More
Per-meeting fees fade for board members in favor of fixed retainers.
Companies appear to have gained a better sense of how to set reasonable targets with effective metrics that serve investors.
In a world where smart people can make “stupid money,” the character Charlize Theron plays in her latest drama wants only one thing: payback.Read More
Take care of your stars early, and be more strategic about how you distribute merit increases for the rest.Read More
The Container Store found an interesting tactic to boost engagement and productivity of its retail staff: Pay them more. Should other companies follow?Read More
Retaining top young talent is a shell game that’s part fear, part timing and part dare.Read More