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One Way to Revive Tired Old Compensation

Compensation Cafe

I’ve been reading a lot lately about what Compensation will look like in the future and I remembered a project that I had once worked on. Yes, some companies offered flex benefits but this situation included cash compensation as well. What if they handed over control to employees to configure the amount of their own benefits, perks, and cash compensation creating a package unique to their own personal situations. Compensation needs to be too.

Inquiring Minds Want to Know

Compensation Cafe

In the past once a deal was officially signed the acquired company was “dumped” on HR/Compensation to handle the integration. Employees had questions and HR/Compensation had no answers. And since everything we do in compensation is communication , Compensation professionals need to shine. Regardless of how compensation will be structured between the two companies after the acquisition is final, employees on both sides will be concerned about what is happening.

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“I know the perfect person…”

HR Times

Posted by Robin Erickson on October 21, 2014. Talent is universal. Certainly, financial and other incentives are important motivators. The average range for bonuses is $500 to $4,000, depending on the job. 3 Your company should define its own bonus structure based on its budget, culture, available resources, and hiring needs. is the Vice President for Talent Acquisition Research at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

New Year, Same Story: 2016 Forecast Is For Another Year of 3% Raises

TLNT: The Business of HR

According to the latest survey by Towers Watson , the global talent management consultant, “Pay raises for U.S. ” Yes, you read that right — next year’s salary hike is projected to be the same 3 percent increase employees received this year and in 2014.