HR Compensation

Minimum Wage Agreement Brings Joy to American Workers

Compensation - April 05, 2016

The legislature of California has approved the highest minimum wage based on the state level. SB-3 is approved by the Assembly and State Senate. This means that by 2022, ...

Tyson Foods’ Case is a Strong Compensation Lesson for Employers

Compensation - April 01, 2016

It arrives as no secret that most of the organizations, especially the ones that are publicly-traded, consider safeguarding the bottom line as a matter of highest priorit...

Dear Employers, Incentives Can Do Wonders

Compensation - March 13, 2016

Providing incentives to your employees can be considered as the correct approach to boost motivation? Yes, why not? In fact, incentives are one of the significant links ...

Is Transparent Pay Good for you?

Compensation - March 02, 2016

Would it be alright if everyone knew the amount that you are earning? Not just your boss, or your partner, or just close friends, everyone, including friends of friends a...

Is Performance based Pay suitable for your company?

Compensation - February 27, 2016

Over the years, countless companies have attempted to implement performance based pay for the employees, but very few have succeeded with the program. Other companies hav...

28 Year Old Copyright Dispute Comes to an End!

Compensation - February 11, 2016

Have you ever wondered why birthdays celebrated on films or TVs are hardly accompanied by a version of world-famous tune ‘Happy Birthday to You’? The reason behind th...

Employers’ Guide to Managing Compensation Claims

Compensation - January 20, 2016

Usually on The HR Digest, we talk about the direct and indirect form of compensation and its multitude of types ranging from salaries to bonuses. This article is an intr...

Expected laws for Employee Compliance in 2016

Compensation - January 07, 2016

It’s a new year, and it’s time for change. But when it comes to Employee Compliance in 2016, we do not expect much change. Except the laws and regulations for federal...

Remote Employee Policies can put you in a tight spot, Beware!

Compensation - November 02, 2015

Remote employee policies, does that sound familiar? People these days are jumping on this bandwagon of remote work policies so fast. Everyone has read about trends of rem...

Apple Sued again with a $5 Million Lawsuit!

Compensation - October 26, 2015

Apple has been slapped again with a $5 Million class- action lawsuit, which claims that Apple failed to warn users appropriately about its new feature Wi-Fi Assist. The n...

Starbucks and Fiat Slapped with Tax Repayments of Euros in Millions!

Compensation - October 21, 2015

Two of the biggest corporate giants Starbucks and Fiat have been slapped with Euros in millions as a tax repayment when EU issued a milestone decision this week on the av...

Dear Employees, Smaller Organizations too offer bigger benefits!

Compensation - October 09, 2015

When it comes to employee benefits, ‘WE’ as an employee always fantasize bigger organizations like Facebook, Microsoft, and Google. In a very similar manner, for ‘E...

Hike in Minimum Wage Could Sour Economy

Compensation - July 21, 2015

Since a decade now, in good times or bad, workers are suffering stagnant wages. By giving a boost to minimum wage rates, governments are responding in a positive way. Ame...

The Importance of Compensation Plan in an Organization

Compensation - May 11, 2015

Compensation Plan Compensation plays a critical role in aligning employee behavior with business objectives. Since the industrial age, the four Ms of business management ...

It is illegal to ask employees to give up overtime payments

Compensation - December 25, 2014

In recent years, the number of lawsuits filed by employees claiming that they owed overtime pay has gone through the roof. Employees are entitled to overtime pay for any ...

The Secret is Out: The Best Way to Reward Employees!

Compensation - December 25, 2014

Every company wants to reward employees by addressing these four areas: compensation, employee benefits, recognition and appreciation. However, it’s not always that exo...