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Competitive Market Surveys Rarely Produce Identical Pay

Compensation Cafe

The reasons may be seem obscure to outsiders, but they are clear to those who follow the arcane practices of the wage and salary management field. There is no one weather report that applies equally well to all employers in all locations in all circumstances.

To Pay For Performance Without Performance Ratings, In For A Penny, In For A Pound

SuccessFactors

In recent times, many companies euphorically and rather media-effectively jumped on the bandwagon of abolishing performance ratings. Most, however, were still trying to hang onto their legacy pay-for-performance concepts based on individual objectives.

Annual Performance Reviews Aren’t Dead, but They Do Need New Life

Capterra

If you’re a small or midsize business (SMB) that does annual performance reviews, I have some terrible news. Annual performance reviews are dead. A staple of performance management since the 1950s, gone forever. Jump to: What should stay: Performance ratings.

Value End-of-Year Implementation -- Turn Down the Heat on the CEO Pay Ratio

Compensation Cafe

That's much harder to achieve if your CEO is not well known or respected by employees. Positive visibility should help, and one reliable channel is end-of-year communications about pay practices, bonus awards, company results, team achievements and so on.

BLR’s 2017–2018 Pay Budget and Variable Pay Survey

HR Daily Advisor

to senior management, 19.1% awarded as much to employees at the management level, 19.7% awarded it to non-management salaried exempt employees, 20.6% A peek at the maximum increase tied to a performance scale of 1–5 shows that 20.1% Performance management: 8.4%.

The Myth Of Right-Skewed Performance Rating Curves

SuccessFactors

Perhaps you have heard the following concept in a conversation about performance management, ratings, and the subsequent compensation decisions: “When compared externally , we’re a superior company. In this case, variable remuneration is therefore commission-based and not bonus-based.