The Global Career:
An Interview with Michiel van Duin
An international compensation and benefits professional adapts to new cultures while staying true to self.
BY JIM FICKESS
Using Tech-Skills Pay to Attract and Retain Hybrid Business Workers
To keep workers with valuable IT and business skills, savvy employers are boosting their pay with premiums.
BY DAVID FOOTE
Dodd-Frank: One Year Later
Several important lessons have been learned as shareholders’ say on pay for executive compensation, part of Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act of 2010, enters the 2012 proxy season.
BY MARGARET ENGEL AND ERIC HOSKEN
Selling the Pay Decision
Findings from UK research of employee attitudes toward pay decisions reveal a number of lessons for employers, including understanding the relationship between pay satisfaction and pay communication.
BY CHARLES COTTON AND IAN NEALE
Five Things I’ve Learned About Rewards Communications
As a rewards practitioner for several decades, Tom McMullen highlights his top five items of contention regarding rewards communications.
BY TOM MCMULLEN
Incentive Pay Practices at Private Companies
The majority of private companies now offer LTI plans for top executives in an effort to compete for management talent with public and private peers.
BY BONNIE SCHINDLER
How to Optimize Your Management Spans of Control
Having the optimal number of direct reports — instead of too many or too few — impacts development, relationships and communications.
BY RICHARD S. SPERLING
A Culture of Wellness
The Defense Information Systems Agency created a culture that supports wellness, which earned it the WorldatWork Alliance for Work-Life Progress Innovative Excellence Award.
BY JANE LARSON
From the Leadership
Research for the Real World
BY KEVIN F. HALLOCK
Retirement Security and Efforts to Fix the Three-Legged Stool
BY CLAIBORNE GUY
Irish Eyes Are Smiling
BY HAL MATTERN
Back to Basics
Nonqualified Deferred Compensation
Notable & Quotable