Pay Transparency: Should Salary Be a Secret? | Visier

Workforce Trends

Pay transparency—the degree to which an organization openly and proactively shares information about salaries—continues to be a topic of interest within many organizations. And as I mentioned in a previous post about a Payscale paper, How Fair Pay Perception and Pay Transparency Combat Turnover, one factor drawing attention to pay transparency is recently passed laws in …

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2022 Compensation Best Practices Report | Payscale

Talent Management

Although workers increasingly value aspects of the non-financial components of a firms’ employee value proposition, organizations realize that compensation is still important to attracting, engaging, and retaining talent. This 61-page report provides data and insights on compensation management practices ranging from base pay increases, variable pay and benefits, remote work and geographic pay, and pay …

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6 Articles From Gartner’s February 2022 HR Leaders Monthly | Gartner

HR Effectiveness

This February issue of Gartner’s HR Leaders Monthly includes six articles on a range of critical talent and workplace topics. The articles are 1) 3 Steps Regional and Business Unit HR Heads Must Take to Advance to CHRO, 2) 3 Steps to Improve Leadership Bench Strength Amid Disruption, 3) Risks and Opportunities for D&I Leaders in 2022, 4) CHROs Also Need a More Human Deal …

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How Fair Pay Perception and Pay Transparency Combat Turnover | PayScale

Workforce Trends

Pay transparency—the degree to which an organization openly and proactively shares information about salaries—is a hot topic for many organizations. One factor drawing attention to this topic is increases in legislation. Ten states and cities (e.g., California, Colorado, New York City) have already passed laws that require employers to state their salary ranges, either in job …

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The 2021 State of Remote Work Employer Survey Report | PayScale

Workforce Trends

One key question firms are asking as of late is: should employees that move to lower cost-of-living areas face a salary adjustment to align with labor costs at their new location? This practice is often referred to as “geographic differential” ― a percentage variation that adjusts pay for the cost of labor between locations. And while this practice isn’t …

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Google to Cut the Pay of Employees Who Continue to Work Remotely | WSWS. org

Workforce Trends

Last month, I posted how Google developed a new “Work Location Tool” to assist employees in calculating how their compensation might decrease if they relocate or work remotely. This more recent article notes that since June, roughly 10,000 of the company’s over 135,000 workers have asked for permission to work remotely on a full-time basis or relocate to a …

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Will Pay Transparency Close the Gender Pay Gap? The EU Thinks So | The Conversation

Talent Management

Pay transparency refers to how open employers are about what, why, how, and how much employees are compensated. As noted in a previous post, a World At Work survey found that while 67 percent of firms view pay transparency as increasingly important, only 14 percent are giving it more than “moderate” attention. And with the gender pay gap continuing to widen, many are …

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Google Will Show Employees How Their Pay May Change If They Move Offices | CNET

Workforce Trends

As organizations develop and implement practices for managing talent remotely, there are several implications to consider, including the impact of remote work on rewards and compensation. This topic has spurred a debate on whether workers that move to lower cost-of-living areas should face a salary change to align with labor costs at their new location. Google …

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The Single Biggest Step to Pay Equity? Stop Asking About Salary History | LinkedIn Talent Blog

Talent Management

Pay equity– compensating employees the same when they perform the same or similar job duties while accounting for other factors, such as their experience level, job performance, and tenure with the employer (SHRM)–continues to be a priority for many organizations. And as this topic becomes increasingly important, many HR and Total Rewards leaders are reviewing their …

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The Business Case for Pay Transparency | HR Daily Advisor

Talent Management

Pay transparency–allowing every employee to view what his or her colleagues earn–is a topic that generates much debate. Whereas some feel it fosters resentment among team members and limits employers’ bargaining power in recruitment, proponents such as Women’s rights activists advocate for full pay transparency “as the increased visibility encourages businesses to establish a standard of equal …

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