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Top priorities for HR due diligence in a corporate transaction

Bersin with Deloitte

These one-time costs could include severance, retention, equity awards, transaction bonuses, recruiting, non-compliance, and HR integration or stand-up costs. Posted by Joseph Walker and Kenny MacDonald on June 21, 2019.

What is Compensation Management?

Zenefits

Compensation management is the process of ensuring that an organization’s salaries and bonuses remain competitive, appropriate, and equitable. Compensation managers are responsible for working with employment data and keeping up with complex benefits administration rules and regulations. Wellness incentive programs, in particular, are having a major impact on employee compensation packages.” Data access is another important feature to consider. Payroll

The importance of HR analytics

Bayzat

Today, most organizations rely on actual data to make informed decisions on how to run their business. Whilst departments such as sales, marketing, and operations have actively been using data analytics to optimize performance, HR experts within a business have been relatively slow to integrate analytics to influence their decision making. Simply put, HR analytics is all about analyzing an organization’s ‘people problem’ through data. Compensations and Incentives.

How to Comply with the New Overtime Rules in 2020

Mitrefinch

Employers would do well to evaluate their systems for several payroll items, including bonuses, overtime tracking, and daily time-keeping of time worked. Workers in the United States have long been known for their hard and dedicated work ethic.

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

TLNT: The Business of HR

People from multiple areas of the company often perform analysis, communication and management of programs as a series of small projects. Survey data is useful, but it is not compensation consulting or compensation planning. Often that source is an aggregated or “scraped” data set.

5 Lessons for a Compensation Department of None

Compensation Cafe

People from multiple areas of the company often perform analysis, communication and management of programs as a series of small projects. Survey data is useful, but it is not compensation consulting or compensation planning. Often that source is an aggregated or “scraped” data set.

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? Start your analysis by looking at how much overtime was paid out in previous pay periods.

Be on the Lookout for These Top 10 Workforce Trends in 2016

Asure Software

Benefit and salary packages should be generous with some unique bonuses involved to peak applicants’ interests. This legal trend is a long-term change that must be incorporated into the payroll department. Potential profits from this analysis will justify their payroll checks.

A new business paradigm

Bersin with Deloitte

And this means doing a much better job of managing data, by the way, an issue that has become “front page” around the world. People data: How far is too far? The rise of the social enterprise. Posted by Josh Bersin on April 5, 2018.

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2019 HR & Compliance Web Summit: Executive Summary

Paycor

Create a SWOT analysis and identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the organization, the HR department and you as an individual to see where you align and highlight areas where you can improve yourself or the company. Payroll Compliance – FLSA.

A new business paradigm

HR Times

And this means doing a much better job of managing data, by the way, an issue that has become “front page” around the world. People data: How far is too far? The rise of the social enterprise. Posted by Josh Bersin on April 5, 2018.

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