Browsing All posts tagged under »Compensation«

What Belongs in a Total Compensation Statement?

January 17, 2012

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A well-crafted total compensation statement should include key parts of the organization's EVP (employee value proposition) in addition to the core elements of total rewards.

Why Provide a Total Compensation Statement? It’s All in the W-2.

January 10, 2012

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New requirements on reporting healthcare costs on employees' W-2 forms may cause some employers to think of the W-2 as a replacement for a total compensation statement. Doing so, however, would be a mistake.

Open Enrollment and Total Compensation

November 28, 2011

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Choosing well during open enrollment is one important way to maximize your total compensation package.

Making Wages Public – Good for the Economy, or Too Much Information?

July 20, 2011

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Communications – specifically, communications to employees around their pay and benefits – is a primary focus of my firm. So it was with great interest that I read an article at The Atlantic Web site entitled The Case for Making Wages Public: Better Pay, Better Workers by Daniel Indiviglio. The basic question Indiviglio asks is: […]

Containing Costs, Not Impact

March 16, 2010

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A new study finds that organizations are looking to control the costs of total rewards programs in 2010 while still ensuring that those programs have a positive strategic impact.

Compensation Calculations

February 19, 2010

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Some public companies seem to be getting the message on executive compensation and, as a result, are beginning to show some restraint.

A Market Solution to Wall Street’s Pay Problem

January 28, 2010

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A recent article in Barron's looks at the issue of Wall Street pay and proposes solutions that don't involve having the government get involved in the Street's compensation practices.