Recognizing People: A Recap of the WorkHuman Conference

Compensation Today

Not surprisingly, there was a lot of focus on the human and employee experience at the WorkHuman conference. A number of presenters shared projects that had impact on employee experience within their organizations. That said, talk of recognition didn’t exist in a vacuum.

3 Ways to Help Employees Understand Their Worth

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How often do you talk about pay with your employees? " The lack of communication around compensation leads employees to make their own assumptions about their worth — and how their paychecks stack up to their peers.

Overcoming Pay "Perception Is Reality" with More Communication

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First, managers must always remember that, for employees, perception truly is reality. PayScale recently surveyed 71,000 employees on pay perceptions and intent to stay. Do employees understand where their own pay falls in the market range?

Uncovering the Hidden Causes of Poor Employee Performance

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Taylor, PHR, The HR Writer According to PayScale’s Compensation Best Practices Report , 69 percent of all employers are deeply concerned about losing their best people. For experienced human resource professionals, the management of employee performance should be a piece of cake.

How Much Compensation Does it Take to Make Appreciation Unnecessary?

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Ramos references a Payscale survey showing “37 percent of employees earning less than $25,000 per year feel appreciated at work, while 67 percent of employees making more than $200,000 per year feel appreciated.”. Compensation Philosophy Recognition Total RewardsOur U.S.

Chasing Best Practices

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Research from the firm PayScale may help to answer at least some of those questions, with their annual analysis of compensation trends and activity.