Employee Compensation

News and Articles About Employee Compensation

The 4 Rules of Treating Employees Equitably
Run a Better Business

The 4 Rules of Treating Employees Equitably

If you want to be a respected boss, a revered manager and a followed leader, you need to understand the four tenets of workplace equity.
Jill Schiefelbein
Fixing the Pay Gap Starts With Your Salary Negotiation Skills
Negotiating

Fixing the Pay Gap Starts With Your Salary Negotiation Skills

From initial offers to part-time requests, here's what both employers and employees aren't often considering.
Lydia Belanger
6 Hidden Ways That Paying by Check Is Hurting Your Business
Employee Compensation

6 Hidden Ways That Paying by Check Is Hurting Your Business

Think the cost of paper checks is a cost of doing business? Ascend to the cloud, and take another look.
Karla Friede
8 Reasons Giving Your Employees a Raise Will Hurt Your Business
Raises

8 Reasons Giving Your Employees a Raise Will Hurt Your Business

Flex schedules and an inspiring work environment may be more effective in motivating your employees than a higher salary.
John Rampton
7 New Trends Top Companies Use to Separate Performance from Compensation
Employee Engagement

7 New Trends Top Companies Use to Separate Performance from Compensation

Whether you place emphasis on teamwork or individual performance, it's essential to research which method will work best for you.
Steffen Maier
Even Golden Handcuffs Are Shackles
Employee Compensation

Even Golden Handcuffs Are Shackles

Restricted stock units keep employees from quitting but it's foolish to mistake that for loyalty, much less motivation.
Ray Zinn
4 Considerations for Entrepreneurs in the Minimum Wage Debate
Minimum Wage

4 Considerations for Entrepreneurs in the Minimum Wage Debate

If you're a small-business owner who hopes the fuss will die down after November -- it won't.
David Nilssen
This Is Why You Need to Talk Money With Your Employees
Employee Compensation

This Is Why You Need to Talk Money With Your Employees

With insightful analytics, companies can establish a compensation strategy that works best for them.
Andre Lavoie
Every Employee Is An Entrepreneur! Or Could Be. Or Should Be.
Entrepreneurs

Every Employee Is An Entrepreneur! Or Could Be. Or Should Be.

Employers serious about growing help their employees be the innovators they yearn to be.
MacLean Fisher
First, It Was College Tuition for His Employees' Kids. Now, This CEO Launches Program to Foot the Bill for Employees' Weddings.
Employee Morale

First, It Was College Tuition for His Employees' Kids. Now, This CEO Launches Program to Foot the Bill for Employees' Weddings.

Chieh Huang, the CEO of Boxed Wholesale, says it 'just felt right to extend this benefit to all our valued employees.'
Catherine Clifford
Lyft Agrees to Revised $27 Million Deal in Driver Lawsuit
Lawsuits

Lyft Agrees to Revised $27 Million Deal in Driver Lawsuit

In the new deal, attorneys for drivers calculated that Lyft drivers could have recovered $156 million had they been classified as employees.
Chobani Employees Just Got This Sweet Perk
Employee Compensation

Chobani Employees Just Got This Sweet Perk

And the perk is better for workers who have been with the company longer.
What Job Field Saw the Biggest Wage Growth?
Wages

What Job Field Saw the Biggest Wage Growth?

A new report also highlights the biggest loser.
Lindsay Friedman
Even World Cup Winners Are Not Immune to the Gender Pay Gap
Gender Gap

Even World Cup Winners Are Not Immune to the Gender Pay Gap

Five members of the US women's national soccer team filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Nina Zipkin
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