Archive | May, 2012

Your employment budget is too precious to waste on the wrong people

As every one of my clients has heard at one time or another, I plan on writing a book some day, and it’s going to have a chapter entitled “management spends 95% of its time on the 5% of its employees that provide the least value.”   I will certainly need a more pithy chapter […]

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Think Carefully about “Total Compensation” Pay Ranges

I’m not nearly as big of a fan of fruit as I should be, but it is my tendency to always want to compare apples to apples (which is my favorite fruit, by the way).  That makes me very leery of base pay ranges based on “total cash compensation” and my suggestion is that you […]

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