Tag: Employee Compensation

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

Poor communication about pay may tank engagement

February 3, 2023

Via: HR Dive

Communication around pay is lagging,’s VP of compensation, Chris Fusco, concluded in a statement on the survey’s findings, “and employee engagement may be suffering because of it,” he said. Total compensation statements are one way to do that, experts […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

Continued Inflation and Employee Compensation

November 4, 2022

Via: HR Hero

Many companies have weathered the impacts of inflation on the cost of their production inputs by simply passing such costs on to consumers; however, as central banks, led by the U.S. Federal Reserve, continue to raise interest rates, consumer spending […]


Where’s the Harm? Court Splits on Title VII Liability for Lateral Transfers

September 7, 2022

Via: HR Hero

Recently, the influential U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Circuit ruled that denial of a lateral transfer request based on protected status is actionable under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 without proving […]


Every Minute Counts in California for Employee Compensation

November 26, 2018

Via: Workforce

Donald Troester was a shift supervisor for a Los Angeles Starbucks. Starbucks’ software required Troester to clock out of every closing shift before initiating “close store procedure.” After completing the procedure, Troester was required to activate the store alarm, exit […]

Research, Software

Employers Eye Changing Pay Practices to Curtail Bias

June 26, 2018


Growing pressure to ensure fair pay throughout the workplace is sparking changes to corporate America’s employee compensation and performance management programs, new research shows. “Getting compensation right is becoming increasingly important as employers look to drive higher levels of performance, […]