Much has been said about employee engagement over the last few years as companies focus on maximizing employee productivity. Companies, regardless of their ability to bring in new talent, should be nurturing the talent they have. Data suggests that as a company’s employee engagement increases, so does its bottom line. Unfortunately, many companies are challenged […]
Category: Employee Compensation
Our ICA partner, Vivient Consulting recently released their 2013 Vivient Consulting and WorldatWork survey of private-company incentive-compensation plans. Learn more about how private, for-profit companies in the United States rely heavily on cash incentives to motivate and retain executives and employees. Survey Finds Cash is King for Private Company Incentives For more on ICA, visit www.compensationinsights.com. […]
Give Your Health & Retirement Benefits a Check-Up Many companies find summer to be a good time to review the performance of their insurance benefits and retirement plans. When assessing these critical components of your total rewards program, you would be wise to look at three major performance areas – employee satisfaction, cost effectiveness and […]
Final Seattle Paid Sick & Safe Time Rules The Seattle Office of Civil Rights released the final administrative rules for the new Paid Sick and Safe Time Ordinance, which goes into effect on September 1, 2012. The final rules include a few substantive changes (listed below, courtesy of the Daily Journal of Commerce). Cash outs […]
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