HR Compensation

Retirement Benefits to Employees: Pros and Cons

Compensation - February 20, 2020

Retirement plans for a person are valuable benefits that impact both the present as well as future lives of the employees. However, offering retirement benefits to an emp...

Should You Be Working On Weekends?

Compensation - February 13, 2020

How often do you find yourself working on the weekends? If you buckle down more often than you can say, you are likely to develop depression and associated risk disorders...

Avoid Coronavirus in the Workplace

Compensation - January 30, 2020

The HR Digest is here to dole out reliable information about employee safety and ways to address Coronavirus in the workplace. For ease of readability, we’ve answered s...

If You’re Paid Biweekly, You’ll Probably Get an Extra Paycheck in 2020

Compensation - January 08, 2020

If you receive weekly or biweekly paychecks, you’ll want to ask the right questions to help you prepare for a financially successful year. ...

Employee Offer Letter Template Samples

Compensation - January 04, 2020

Employers take a lot of time in selecting the right and best candidate out of the applicants for the job positions, but this effort does not end here. It’s time for...

Expert Q&A: Understanding the DOL’s Overtime Rules

Compensation - January 02, 2020

Employers need to plan now for January 1 change when an estimated 1.3 million workers will receive eligibility for overtime pay. ...

Compensation Plan Template Samples For Workers

Compensation - December 17, 2019

A compensation plan template is used by the organizations to reveal the salaries, perks, benefits, bonuses and other associated settlement that will be offered to the emp...

How To Negotiate A Higher Salary

Compensation - December 05, 2019

Let’s first set the record straight. Salary negotiation is a completely normal and acceptable part of the employment process. Your salary is more than a figure that get...

Creating a Desirable Employee Value Proposition (EVP)

Compensation - October 03, 2019

As the U.S. economy grows, more people are returning to work and moving to better jobs. The labor market remains tight for all industries and across all skill levels ind...

What Up or Out Policy Means to Workers

Compensation - September 12, 2019

What is the Up or Out policy? How widespread is the up or out system? Where is it most effective? Up or out is a policy in some consulting firms where employees are expec...

How to Handle Employee Pay Rise Request

Compensation - June 27, 2019

A content employee is the most valuable asset to a company. In a high performing organization, it is the manager’s responsibility to constantly track what matters most ...

Parental Leave for New Dads: Companies That Boosted Their Paternity Leave

Compensation - June 15, 2019

Parents in the workplace arguably give employers a hard time to manage, mostly new dads. However, some employers are putting more efforts to tackle parental leave issues ...

5 Best US Cities To Work As A Teacher

Compensation - June 10, 2019

On every list of amazing professions, teaching will always be a constant, and will also rank high. The reason is that teachers are immense contributors to the future of e...

Is Open Salaries and Pay Transparency a Good Idea?

Compensation - June 05, 2019

The ongoing calls for salary transparency as a cure for pay inequity are actually creating confusion among employers. Salary transparency is a double-edged sword; it coul...

Highest Paying Jobs in the US Army

Enrolling into any of the jobs in the US army requires some level of special skills to be successful while also depending on the applicant’s strengths. While the applic...

Stats on Gender Pay Equality – Encouraging or Not?

Compensation - May 07, 2019

It’s been 56 years since the US government passed the Equal Pay Act, but stats on gender pay equality reveal that though conditions have improved, we still have a long ...