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Compensation Program Resolutions for 2016

Every year we provide our clients, colleagues and the world at large with our recommended resolutions for improving the effectiveness of their compensation programs.  This year the theme of our resolutions is simple: Lift your compensation program out of the morass of ineffective and destructive methods that continue to plague the human resources profession and the […]

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Market Pricing is NOT Job Evaluation

Okay, I’ve had it.  Normally, while known for being opinionated about my profession, and having climbed up on several metaphorical soap boxes in my time, I can take a lot.  Today, not so much.  A few weeks ago, World at Work published a report indicating “market pricing was the most common form of job evaluation.” […]

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