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International Women’s Day: Addressing Gender Pay Equity

Ultimate Software

Yet, despite political attention and federal regulations—the Equal Pay Act was established in 1963 !—there I’m a strong believer in Equal Pay for Equal Work – no one should be paid any more or less based on their identity; they should be paid by their contribution and skills.”.

Good intentions, Great outcomes: Optimizing the value of a tax savings reward

Bersin with Deloitte

Consider that for the last 30 years or so, we’ve talked about compensation and benefits as “total rewards,” which were mostly financial…salary, health insurance, a 401(k), and the like. If you plan to share anticipated tax savings with workers, how can you make the impact truly meaningful?

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Good intentions, Great outcomes: Optimizing the value of a tax savings reward

HR Times

Consider that for the last 30 years or so, we’ve talked about compensation and benefits as “total rewards,” which were mostly financial…salary, health insurance, a 401(k), and the like. If you plan to share anticipated tax savings with workers, how can you make the impact truly meaningful?

Separating Extravagant Perks from Those that Yield High ROIs

HR Daily Advisor

Employment quality: Employees want fair benefits, compensation, and job conditions. Training: Employees want to see that their managers are committed to providing them with development and educational opportunities. Diversity: Employees want equal opportunities for career advancement.

C-TEN Insights: The Power of Partnerships

HRO Today

In my 20-plus year career as an HR executive, I’ve witnessed first-hand that as professionals assemble their career development resources to help weather the ups and downs of climbing the corporate ladder, the value of an HR partnership is often overlooked.

Future Workforce Predictions: What Can HR Do Today to Prepare for Tomorrow?

Slayton Search Partners

With increasing numbers of Baby Boomers retiring from the workforce and a soaring demand for talent in sectors like technology, engineering, and healthcare, HR will be challenged by this shortage of workers for years to come. How will you address diversity?