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Payscale is a website that allows individuals to research and compare salaries for different jobs and industries. Payscale’s salary data is collected through a combination of user-submitted data and external sources, such as government data and industry reports.

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Payscale Study: 22% Of Companies Are Limiting Salary Increases


The post Payscale Study: 22% Of Companies Are Limiting Salary Increases appeared first on Wellable. 22% of US companies plan to cut salary raise budgets next year. How can organizations meet employee expectations while maintaining financial stability?


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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: CURO CEO Gerry O’Neill Discusses Being Acquired by Payscale. The Challenges with Pay Equity and More


CURO, a pay equity and compensation management technology provider, was acquired by Payscale, a compensation data provider. The post EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: CURO CEO Gerry O’Neill Discusses Being Acquired by Payscale. CURO CEO Gerry O’Neill discusses the deal with WorkTech Founder George LaRocque. In […].

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How to approach pay differences for employees doing remote work

Business Management Daily

“Although some employees may be willing to take a pay cut for the convenience of working from home or living in a less expensive area, other employees may feel that they deserve to be paid on the value of their work,” without regard to location, says a new PayScale report.

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Top Reasons Employees Quit

The latest PayScale research take a deep dive into this to find out what is impacting employee retention and what employees are looking for in a new organization. What are the top reasons people are leaving a job? And what attracts people to their new organization? Read this whitepaper and learn: The top 8 reasons employees quit.

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PayScale Index: U.S. Wages Grow for 8th Consecutive Quarter

Compensation Today

grew for the eighth consecutive quarter, according to the newly updated PayScale Index. Wages continue to experience modest growth with variability across industries, job families and metro areas,” said Katie Bardaro, Vice President of Data Analytics and Lead Economist at PayScale. Download the Q2 2017 PayScale Index.

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PayScale Index: Wage Growth Slows in Q1

Compensation Today

percent annually in the first quarter of 2017, according to the newly updated PayScale Index , but slowed from Q4 2016. The labor market is in transition from the post-election bump in Q4,” said Katie Bardaro, VP of Data Analytics and Lead Economist at PayScale. PayScale Index. Wages in the U.S. Click To Tweet.

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2019 Compensation Best Practices Report

2018 was a record-year of job growth. With demand exceeding the supply of labor, nominal wages ticked up 3.2 percent year over year. With such high levels of demand, workers are feeling empowered to make moves.

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The 2019 Compensation Best Practices Report

Speaker: Wendy Brown, Director of Content Marketing, PayScale

According to PayScale’s latest Compensation Best Practices Report (CBPR) survey, nearly half of employers feel that the strong job market has increased their turnover rates.

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The 2019 PayScale Wage Index

The PayScale Index will let you do just that - it tracks quarterly changes in total cash compensation for full-time, private industry employees in 19 job categories. No matter your industry, it's crucial that you stay up to date on the current compensation trends. Wage growth for Q1 2019 by job categories.

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5 Steps to a Smart Compensation Plan

Speaker: Camie Bailey, Software Implementation Manager, PayScale

Payscale will show you how to create a modern comp plan from intention to implementation. We're now in an employee's market where organizations fight tooth and nail to get top talent. Watch this webinar on demand and get key tips on how to develop a fair compensation plan with accurate salary benchmarking.

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Communicating Pay to Employees

Speaker: Rusty Lindquist, VP Strategic HR Insights at Bamboo HR

A study conducted by PayScale revealed that employees’ perceptions of how they are paid are a better predictor of their intent to stay than their actual fair pay to the market. These implications create a huge opportunity for employers to get it right when it comes to communicating pay effectively.