PayScale Tools for Today's Comp Pro! Compensation Glossary: Part 1 of 4

Compensation Today

Jenni Marquez, CCP, PayScale Compensation Professional Even the most seasoned HR professional might take a big gulp if approached by their CEO to take charge of anything comp. That’s because, despite being part of the HR department, compensation is like the cool kid at a party. You know, the one you’re afraid to talk to. Sure, you’ve heard some terms before, but you have no idea what they mean so you try to avoid the conversation altogether.

Top Five Compensation Trends from 2016

Compensation Today

Between the elections, compliance changes, and the ever-increasing competitiveness of talent markets, most of us have been on our toes all year. What trends have impacted compensation the most? In the spirit of the coming new year, let’s count the top five 2016 compensation trends! Count down the top #compensation trends of 2016! Gone are the days where companies compensate with just base pay. In some cases, the market drives pay for jobs.

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Modern Comp Practices for Traditional Companies

Compensation Today

By Kari Van Hoof, CCP, PayScale Compensation Professional At PayScale, we strive to help all kinds of organizations embrace modern compensation practices to engage their workforce and drive results. Even employers that think of themselves as more “traditional” than “modern” can take a few steps in this direction, and the good news is that you don’t necessarily have to spend a lot of money or change your entire culture to do it. No money to spend on training?

What is a total compensation statement & how does it provide value?

Genesis HR Solutions

Though your benefits package may be quite substantial, your employees may not know or understand the real value of the benefits you offer. And they may continue to remain unaware of the “hidden” benefits they are receiving even as healthcare costs rise, and you, the employer, absorb the increases. In an effort to show employees the true value of their compensation, benefits factored in, many employers are providing total compensation statements. Bonuses.