About Sharon McKnight

Sharon McKnight
CCP, SPHR, BLR Senior Editor
Phone: 8605100100

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Sharon L. McKnight, CCP, SPHR, draws from more than 20 years of management experience, including 6 years as a director of human resources, to develop compensation administration tools and write about compensation issues. Her experience in both operational and HR management provides her with a practical approach to providing online resources that address the challenges facing compensation and human resource professionals.

She achieved certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the Human Resources Certification Institute in 2007 and as a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) by the WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals in 2014. She attended Middle Tennessee State University and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, the Middle Tennessee Chapter of SHRM, and WorldatWork.

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Recent articles by Sharon McKnight

  • How to Update Aging Salary Data for Your Organization’s Jobs

    Let’s face facts. HR can be a tough gig. There’s always more to do than time allows so it’s really easy to let anything that’s working just fine slip through the cracks. But, sooner or later, everything needs attention, including rate range data that hasn’t been updated since 2003. So, lets get to it.

  • Bully for A Boss … Yikes!

    What can you do when the workplace bully is in charge? How do you successfully work when you’re constantly looking over your shoulder to see if you’re next in his or her line of sight? Especially when his catch phrase is “you’re fired.”

  • Want an Effective Compensation Plan? Transparency Matters

    At some point along the way, you’ve probably heard a comment about, talking the talk vs. walking the walk, with the implication being that action is more important than words. In a lot of ways that might be true. When it comes to compensation, however, talking the talk is pretty important, too.

  • Transitioning Employees to Retirees

    If you’re like many employers and have Baby Boomers in your workforce, you may be thinking about how you’re going to replace all that organizational knowledge as they retire. If that’s what’s on your mind, then it’s time to dust off that succession plan and get busy capturing all that knowledge. This article, however, is about helping employees, who choose to do so, transition to retirees or to part-time work. Or, in some cases, not retire at all.


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