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Paying Attention?

Compensation Cafe

It seems like we have some competing notions floating around, guiding our "cutting-edge" compensation decision-making. The most talked-about shift in compensation strategy in the last three or so years has been the allocation of resources to the "highest performers." Changes in how we work together are filtering down from the Googles of the world to the less adventuresome. Back in 2006, regular Harvard Business Review contributors Robert S.

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300+ Women Leaders in HR! These Women in HR Bring a Unique Blend of People & Strategic Skills.

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The HR women in this list include numerous leaders across a number of different industries and organization sizes, who have a great wealth of experience in developing and executing strategies, managing talent and improving how HR is operating alongside regularly sharing articles, insights and open discussions into best practices. Ann Bares , Compensation Consultant. Angela Trombatore , global content, social & marketing innovation manager.

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hkemploymentlaw : Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP, helping employers and higher education institutions navigate ever-changing legal landscapes. interchange : Leading expert on the changing workforce & the impact of generational shifts on organizations. kahlrichs : National expert on Human Resources, organizational communication, generational issues, LEAN Theory, and Risk Management. adinizfilho : My mission is to change the world by developing extraordinary leaders.