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Total Rewards (what is total rewards?)

Companies Aren't Offering What New Grads Are Expecting
May 24, 2016
Salary and job satisfaction are two areas that employers and soon-to-be employees don't agree. With an increase in temp/contract jobs and lower-than-expected salaries, college graduates may need to dial back expectations.
2016 Grads: Overall Starting Salaries Up 2%
May 24, 2016
2016 college grads heading into engineering jobs can expect to make the most money, while grads going into customer service likely will earn the least.
FLSA Overtime: Tight Deadline Creates Chaos for Comp Professionals
May 23, 2016
The clock is ticking for compensation practitioners to adjust their organizations' pay practices for the U.S. DOL's revised overtime rules.

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Compensation (what is compensation?)

Companies Aren't Offering What New Grads Are Expecting
May 24, 2016
Salary and job satisfaction are two areas that employers and soon-to-be employees don't agree. With an increase in temp/contract jobs and lower-than-expected salaries, college graduates may need to dial back expectations.
2016 Grads: Overall Starting Salaries Up 2%
May 24, 2016
2016 college grads heading into engineering jobs can expect to make the most money, while grads going into customer service likely will earn the least.
FLSA Overtime: Tight Deadline Creates Chaos for Comp Professionals
May 23, 2016
The clock is ticking for compensation practitioners to adjust their organizations' pay practices for the U.S. DOL's revised overtime rules.

More compensation news >>


Benefits (what are benefits?)

Employee PTO Philosophy, Practice Are Vastly Different
May 11, 2016
Some employees are willing to give up stock options, higher pay or other rewards for more paid time off. The problem is that they aren't using much of it.
More Employers Offering a Roth 401(k) Option, But Employees Aren't Biting
May 9, 2016
Roth 401(k) contributions can help fill a savings gap experienced by many employees. But employers aren't doing a good job of promoting them.
Disability Claim Costs Rise as Workforce Ages
May 9, 2016
As the workforce ages, costs related to disability claims will continue to grow as age-related medical conditions such as arthritis and joint pain become more prevalent. However, cancer is still the most expensive condition.

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Work-Life (what is work-life?)

Companies Aren't Offering What New Grads Are Expecting
May 24, 2016
Salary and job satisfaction are two areas that employers and soon-to-be employees don't agree. With an increase in temp/contract jobs and lower-than-expected salaries, college graduates may need to dial back expectations.
Working Moms Say They Can Have It All, But It Comes at a Price
May 6, 2016
While the majority of working moms feel they can be successful both as a parent and in their careers, that feeling isn't extending to income.
Employers Sidestep Talent Gaps, Stay Nimble with a Contingent Workforce
May 4, 2016
In an effort to stay agile among changing market needs, more companies will look to skilled temporary and contract workers in the next two years.

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