This week, the HR Daily Advisor discussed compensation audits, the NLRB, and how to be a consistent leader. Here’s the HR Daily Advisor week in review.
Pinpoint Compensation Problems Before They Turn into Lawsuits—Regular compensation audits of are important, says Payscale, Inc.’s Stacey Carroll, M.B.A., CCP, SPHR. Aside from avoiding legal trouble, audits could help you save the company money.
5 Bottom-Line Compensation Cost-Savers—Stacey Carroll, M.B.A., CCP, SPHR offers a chart to help HR professionals with evaluating compa-ratios.
NLRB Now After Confidentiality, Workplace Access, Employment At Will— The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recent rulings reflect a trend at the NLRB to find unfair labor practices in policies and procedures employers have long considered legitimate and proper.
At Will Disclaimer Suddenly Risky (NLRB in Action)— BLR editor and attorney Patricia Trainor SPHR discusses the NLRB’s approach to “at-will” disclaimers.
Consistency—Authenticity Others Can See and Feel—One of the traits I think is important in a leader is consistency says business and leadership blogger Dan Oswald. It’s not always easy to assess in job candidates, but it certainly shows itself (or not) over time.
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