More than 9 in 10 companies have a written or an unwritten compensation policy, but fewer than half of surveyed companies believe their employees understand it, according to new research released today from WorldatWork and underwritten by Aon Hewitt.
According to WorldatWork's annual Salary Budget Survey, employers in the U.S. report that the average 2016 total salary increase budget is 3.0 percent (mean and median), the same as it has been for the past two years.
Cara Woodson Welch, WorldatWork vice president of external affairs and practice leadership, issued the following statement in support of legislation that would eliminate the most harmful provisions of the U.S. Department of Labor's recently finalized overtime regulation:
The use of referral, sign-on, spot and retention bonus programs continues to rise as organizations seek other forms of cash compensation to reward employees, according to a new survey released by WorldatWork.
According to a new survey, "Paid Time Off Programs and Practices" by WorldatWork, 88% of organizations believe it is necessary to offer some type of paid time off program to attract top talent and drive organizational success.
WorldatWork a nonprofit human resources association and compensation authority announced the release of its new book, Understanding Executive Compensation & Governance: A Practical Guide, 3rd Edition by Irving S. Becker....
Cara Woodson Welch, Esq., WorldatWork vice president of external affairs and practice leadership, issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Department of Labor's final rule imposing significant changes to the nation's overtime regulations:
WorldatWork is proud to announce its participation in the eighth annual Employee Well-being Month (Twitter hashtag #EWM16), June 1 - 30. Employee Well-being Month is a nationwide initiative designed to help business leaders learn new ways to engage employees in healthy habits and lifestyles to boost results.
WorldatWork is proud to host the 2016 Total Rewards Conference and Exhibition. The total rewards conference — the largest of its kind — is in San Diego June 6-8 and will feature more than 100 exhibitors and over 160 speakers, and welcome more than 1,000 attendees from across the country, Europe and Asia.
To motivate and retain top talent in today's competitive labor markets, short-term cash incentives continue to increase for nonprofits and government agencies, but according to new research, "Incentive Pay Practices," the trend is shrinking for privately held companies.
Short-term cash incentives and bonus programs continue to dominate the incentive-pay landscape as a vast majority of organizations use and rely on incentive-based pay practices to recruit, motivate and reward employees..
To recruit and retain top talent in today's competitive labor market, student loan reimbursement programs are emerging as a highly desired employee benefit as companies look to distinguish themselves among job seekers.
WorldatWork a nonprofit human resources association and compensation authority, comprised of compensation, benefits, work-life and total rewards professionals, continues to work with the Alliance to Fight the 40 and bipartisan members of Congress to repeal the 40% tax...
WorldatWork, a nonprofit HR association and compensation authority, has actively monitored the progress by the Department of Labor (DOL) to revise our nation's current overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA).