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HR Compensation

Faculty Salaries Fell By Nearly 5% As Inflation Eats Into Living Costs

Compensation - June 24, 2022

Inflation jumps have resulted in increased prices, with the year-on-year inflation touching 8.6%. The annual faculty salary data also points to the fact that those who di...

The Latest Compensation Trends Redefine Job Satisfaction

Compensation - June 23, 2022

Experts admit that the last two years have had a lasting impact on the future of work and human resource personnel must take them into consideration while setting compens...

The LGBTQ Wage Gap – Present and Rising

Compensation - June 22, 2022

One in 10 LGBTQ people in the US admitted they had experienced workplace discrimination between 2020 and 2021. Experts believe that the numbers are far higher and graver ...

How to Negotiate for a Pay Raise

Compensation - June 14, 2022

Do your research and come prepared with facts and data to back up your request. If possible, bring in some statistics from other companies or industries that are relevant...

The New Get-Rich-Quick Scheme – Work Two Jobs Remotely

Compensation - June 08, 2022

Full time remote employees feel that it is fine to play the system to their advantage. Those working two full time jobs remotely revealed to the WSJ that they “earn a t...

The LinkedIn DOL Agreement: $1.8 Million in Back Pay for Gender Pay Bias

Compensation - May 13, 2022

As per the DOL, LinkedIn, which is owned by Microsoft, paid their female employees significantly less than their male counterparts in the same departments. ...

What Is a Stipend? How Do Stipends Work?

Compensation - April 26, 2022

In this short guide, we explain what a stipend is, who is qualified for one, and how it can help you further your profession, education or explore a new career path. ...

How to Answer “What Is Your Expected Salary?”

Compensation - April 16, 2022

The way you respond “What is your expected salary?” may show to the hiring manager whether you are overqualified or underqualified for the job. ...

Overpaid CEOs a Huge Red Flag for Company Stability, Shareholder Advocacy Group Says

Compensation - April 11, 2022

A growing number of shareholders opposing pay package proposals may reflect dissatisfaction with how CEOs are overpaid in relation to firm performance, particularly durin...

How to Create a Sales Compensation Plan

Compensation - March 29, 2022

Learn how to create a compensation plan, including how to pay commissions and calculate a sales professional’s overall salary. ...

How to Manage Pay Equity in the Workplace

Compensation - March 26, 2022

Adopting some, or all, of these actions may help to promote a pay equity culture in the workplace. ...

Earn While You Learn: Tips to Study When You Are Working

Compensation - March 22, 2022

Being a student is a pivotal period in an individual’s life. Here are a few life-changing tips on how to earn while you learn. ...

Google Execs tell workers they won’t raise pay to match inflation

Compensation - December 18, 2021

The Alphabet-owned company is trying to pay competitively, however it won’t introduce companywide adjustments to match inflation. ...

How Reddit’s Antiwork has made employers rethink intangible employee benefits

Compensation - December 17, 2021

r/Antiwork, a subreddit typically filled with horror stories about bad bosses has now changed America’s attitude about workplace compensation and benefits. ...

How To Answer What Is Your Expected Salary

Compensation - December 16, 2021

Here are a few things to keep in mind while answering the common job interview question “What is your expected salary?” ...

Why Employers Don’t Include Salary in Job Posts (and What To Do About It)

Compensation - December 05, 2021

If you did a job search recently, you could see that some companies do not include salary information in their listings. There are many reasons why job postings don’...