HR Trends: Employee Feedback, Pulse Surveys, and Analytics


According to Bersin by Deloitte , HR is pushing for more team-centric, intelligent, and easy-to-use digital innovation. Let’s take a closer look at why these HR trends for 2018 are so hot starting with what happens when employees have a voice. Tara asked why we didn’t offer a feature that provided incentives to employees for their healthy choices through our recognition and rewards engine.

Are Annual Raises Dead? Only If You Don’t Want to Gain a Competitive Advantage

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An article last week from CNBC , with data from Towers Watson and Aon Hewitt, showed that the annual pay raise is essentially dead (and in Towers Watson’s case, bonus pools will also be underfunded). Compensation & Benefits HR Management HR News HR Trends Incentives Pay for Performance Pay Increases & Raises Retention & Engagement Talent Management Wages, Pay, & Salary Featured

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Compensation Management is Important in Every Company

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There are different ways that management and HR department can communicate appreciation. A great pay package is a serious incentive to not only take a job, but to excel at it. . However, the success of the HR Department in any company relies heavily on positive employee communication. The way HR handles employee relations tends to have a major effect on global moral. HR is responsible, among many other challenges, for hiring, firing, moral, payroll and benefits.

A Cautionary Tale About the Largest CFPB Fine Ever


Our friend, Toby Graham, stopped by this week to help us understand one of the biggest news stories hitting HR and the world of employee management. Journalists are starting to look at the cost of reputation damage (using the VW scandal as a model) and publishing some interesting data. At the Heart of the Problem – Incentive Programs. Incentive programs are pervasive and can be a huge exposure for organizations without strong compliance program in place.

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

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Over the last few years, we have seen a rise in attention to the all too common, “HR Department of One.”. 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. Since compensation and HR are part of the same job at most of the companies, the approach is more holistic than at many larger companies. Often that source is an aggregated or “scraped” data set.

Benefits and Rewards – Why Employees Want More

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For most businesses, the cost of rolling out an integrated flexible HR and payroll benefits scheme is almost immediately negated by the cost savings gained through process standardization, retention and control of costs. For someone in their 20s and 30s, the option to assign less of their benefits allowance to a pension and more to buying days off to cover travel or childcare, for example, is a huge bonus – and one that costs the business very little. digital HR transformation ?projects.

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


These organizations are now quietly making major amendments to their new models after having realized that they have lost the data basis for subsequent compensation management decisions. However, all feedback finally needs to be translated into a figure for bonus payments or salary adjustments under any pay-for-individual-performance regimes, where the available funds sensibly are confined. For more on HR trends, see 4 Best Practices To Improve Talent Calibration.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]


There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. We’ve compiled a list of the top 100 HR blogs by organic traffic they receive via Google and search engines (see Methodology below). Ok, here we go…these are the top 100 HR/Recruitment blogs we found! HR Blog.