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Compensation

Employee health, happiness to take center stage at benefits conference

Thought leader Jenn Lim will open the Health & Benefits Leadership Conference, set for May 3-5 in Las Vegas.

Inflation, Great Resignation but no raises? Time to ‘leverage data’

Despite the economic conditions, a surprising number of employees haven’t received salary increases in the past year. Here's what HR leaders need to know.

Inflation is taking a toll on open enrollment

Employees may cut back on benefits due to finances, requiring better employer communication and education.

With salary budgets at a 20-year high, what HR needs to know

A new WorldatWork survey finds that budgets continue to rise globally.

Pay equity: Who should be in charge?

A new survey finds a major disconnect between whom employees and employers think should have responsibility for fair pay practices.

2023 looks to be a ‘banner year’ for salary increases

About half of employers are planning raises next year, according to a new survey.

Dallas Mavericks CEO on going ‘all in’ on DEI

Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall, the first Black woman to head up an NBA team, is “all in” when it comes to leading her organization with heart.

Boosting wages for new hires? What that means to your current employees

Tenured workers aren’t happy about employers’ focus on new hires, a new survey finds. Here’s how employers can manage pay discrepancies.

What can HR do about ‘quiet quitting’?

The catchy term is making waves in the world of work, but experts say managing disengagement isn't a new HR challenge.

Will Biden’s forgiveness plan spark interest in student loan benefits?

The announcement might spur further interest and demand in employer assistance as the government help, for many, is a ‘drop in the bucket.’

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