Category Archives: Compensation Administration

Establishing an effective compensation administration program requires job analysis, job evaluation, and job pricing. A successful program will help attract top talent, retain core employees, and encourage longevity while efficiently using financial resources. Our articles and tips on Compensation Administration will provide you with How to information on compensation challenges including software, payroll, tax, and communication.

Retention Problems? It Could Be Your HTHJ Managers?

Your top talent won’t tolerate managers who tell them, “You should be Happy to Have a Job.” That mindset isn’t going to do it, says Consultant Ron Katz. An HTHJ attitude will send your best people packing.

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E-Learning Out, Social Learning In at HP

In the 90s, we all went to e-learning, says River Software’s Randy Emelo, but today, it’s all about micro-learning—bite-sized chunks of learning, the shorter the better. You tear it apart, then talk about what you are doing—that’s social learning.

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Top 5: Compensation & Benefits Daily Advisor 2014 Year in Review

As we reach the end of 2014, we take a look back at some of your favorite articles. Here’s a list of the top 5 posts on the Compensation & Benefits Daily Advisor website this year.

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The Top 5 Claim Repellent Secrets of a Plaintiff’s Attorney

Attorney Whitney Warner suggests 5 ways to ruin a plaintiff attorney’s day. Avoid claims and other costly legal entanglements in the wake of complaints from employees by using what she calls “claim repellent.”

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Violence in the Workplace—12-Point Action Plan

In yesterday’s Advisor we featured critical guidance on handling an active shooter in the workplace from Attorney Edwin G. Foulke Jr. Today, Foulke’s 12-point action plan for handling violence in the workplace.

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How to Respond Effectively—Active Shooter in the Workplace

The hope is you’ll never have to face the terrifying situation of an active shooter, but it’s wise to be prepared should the worst happen, says Attorney Edwin G. Foulke Jr. Organizations need a plan for how to respond to reduce the risk of devastating consequences.

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BambooHR Survey: HR Pros Want Less Minutiae, More Development

As the traditional role of HR continues to evolve, one thing is clear: HR pros want to be more productive and involved by handling bigger issues that directly impact the company and its bottom line.

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PAY Attention to Geeks; Mind the HIPPOs

Special from HR Tech Las Vegas
Yesterday’s Advisor featured consultant Andrew McAfee’s thoughts on the rapidly developing world of technology. Today, his take on the role of geeks and HIPPOs.

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What Do Driverless Cars Have to Do with HR?

Special from HR Tech Las Vegas
The second machine age is affecting everything—take as examples the abject terror of riding in a driverless car and the pleasure of cows being milked by a robot milker–including HR, says Andrew McAfee, Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts institute of Technology.

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How Do You Get ‘Bah-Humbug’ Managers Sold on HR Programs?

SPECIAL from HR Tech Las Vegas
In yesterday’s Advisor, we covered HR Tech’s “Creating Intelligence Out of Data” Panel; today, we present more Q&As from Las Vegas.

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