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What Do You Do?

Compensation Cafe

Maybe you had to explain it for the umpteenth time to a family member who spent the past year sending you articles about payroll. They may need help on problems with salaries, bonuses or a certain benefit.

Lost at Sea or. No Safe Harbor

Compensation Cafe

On October 6 Europe’s highest court struck down an international agreement (Safe Harbor) that has allowed thousands of companies to easily transfer personal data from Europe to the U.S. This lawsuit appeared to be the “final straw” in a string of incidents involving data privacy beginning in 2013 with the revelation that American intelligence agencies had access to people’s online activities. The ruling highlights the different views towards online data protection.

HR Basics: How to Cope When You Have a Compensation Department of One

TLNT: The Business of HR

Another compensation plan or a small tweak to an incentive program may make things better or more interesting, but getting salaries and bonuses right is the priority. Survey data is useful, but it is not compensation consulting or compensation planning.

Outsmart Unplanned (and Costly) Employee Overtime

Insperity

When overtime creeps into your payroll and company culture haphazardly: Your C-suite may see it eating away at profits. Is overtime being used as an incentive or bonus without strategic oversight?

5 Lessons for a Compensation Department of None

Compensation Cafe

Another compensation plan or a small tweak to an incentive program may make things better or more interesting, but getting salaries and bonuses right is the priority. Survey data is useful, but it is not compensation consulting or compensation planning.

Outsmart Unplanned (and Costly) Employee Overtime

Insperity

When overtime creeps into your payroll and company culture haphazardly: Your C-suite may see it eating away at profits. Your employees may work overtime hours without approval or without pay , feel burdened or burned out, see the distribution of overtime as unfair or wish for other ways to earn a bonus. Is overtime being used as an incentive or bonus without strategic oversight?