This week, the HR Daily Advisor discussed merit increases, the future of HR, and a recent blog post on business strategy. Here’s the HR Daily Advisor week in review.
Use the Reverse Robin Hood Technique for Top Performers—Consultant Joseph DiMisa explains how the “Reverse Robin Hood” technique can help you use limited compensation dollars to give real rewards to top performers.
Demonstrating ROI of Sales: 3 Practical Approaches—DiMisa’s discusses eight comp design challenges employers could face.
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OFCCP Pay Equality Chat--Teach Workers How to Negotiate for Fair Pay—Full-time female workers earn on average only 81 percent of what their male counterparts earn, noted Latifa Lyles, Acting Director of the Women’s Bureau (WB) at a recent online discussion. For minority females, the wage ratio is substantially lower:
Which Occupations Have the Widest Gender Pay Gaps?—Here are more insights into why the wage gap exists, which occupations have the largest pay gaps, current DOL initiatives, and more.
49ers Make Long-Term Investment in Character, Forgo Short-Term Gains—The football 49ers recently made a long-term investment in character, leaving on the table a substantial short-term gain, says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald. Is that a sound business strategy for you?
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