Employee Compensation

Higher Pay, Higher Prices: Could Rapid Career Changes Keep Inflation Skyrocketing?

Wage growth for job-switchers might have broader implications for the economy.

How to Measure Your Employees' Worth

Determining pay scales is challenging and can upset office politics. Here's advice for operating in an increasingly competitive talent market.

Erika Lance

Why Aligning Raises With Reviews Will Boost Work Performance

Your business will thrive if you properly reward your employees for their hard work.

David Partain

Should You Renegotiate Your Employees' Salaries Now That They're Working Remote?

The concept of "localized compensation" might be something you want to consider for your business.

Stav Vaisman

The 5 Best Payroll Services for Small Businesses

It's far cheaper to pay for somebody to keep your payroll straight than it is to pay the IRS if you tangle it yourself.

Jared Hecht

The 100 Companies with the Best Compensation in 2020

Here are the workplaces where employees are most satisfied with their pay, raises and bonus structure.

Jessica Thomas

How Privately Held Companies Can Compensate Top-Tier Talent and Retain Cash

Unsure of how to give your star employees equity? Take a page from this family office's handbook.

Atta Tarki

7 Workplace Injuries That Can Put You Out of Business

Workers' comp is designed to protect employees, so what is there for employers to learn?

Arkady Bukh

The Criticality To Ensure Employee Financial Wellness Beyond Salary

A majority of the working population believe in either living paycheck to paycheck or tapping into their retirement savings much before retirement.

Shantanu Das

5 Benefits All Startups Should Offer in 2020

To compete for the best talent, get creative with compensation packages.

Peter Daisyme

4 Reasons to Look Beyond a 401(k)

You may think your employees want it, and as an employer you think you need it. Here's why you don't.

Bruce Willey

How Organizations are Revamping HR Policies to Suit the Changing Demographics of the Workforce

Employers once ruled the market with the privilege of being able to hire the best candidate, the priorities have changed--with a focus more on development, transparency and work-life balance

Armaan Seth