compensation

Top Performing Companies are Proactive About Pay

Payscale Inc., the leading provider of compensation data, software, and services, has released its 2024 Top Performers Report. Leveraging data from Payscale’s flagship Compensation Best Practices Report, the new research…

A $100,000 Difference

Female CHROs continue to outearn their male counterparts. Learn more about the findings from our 2023 CHRO Compensation Report. By Zee Johnson and Larry Basinait CHROs have worked their way up…

Transparency Decreases Attrition

A new report shows that organizations are becoming more open and honest about their offerings in order to retain top talent.  By Zee Johnson   Workers are looking for more transparency…

Pay Increases Return to Hong Kong

Hong Kong is seeing some pre-pandemic trends make a return, which could mean recovery is in full swing.  By Zee Johnson  Hong Kong organisations are getting more aggressive in their…

Addressing the Cost-of-Living Crisis

In order to stay competitive, HR needs to provide support and resources to the workforce during these especially hard times. By Simon Kent The cost-of-living crisis has presented HR and…

Elevating Payroll

Leaders are leveraging technology to improve payroll for a dispersed workforce. By Simon Kent With employees working from more dispersed locations, under a wider variety of arrangements and with multiple…

Business Expenses Draining U.K. Workers

An outdated expense management process is leaving some U.K. workers in debt.  By Zee Johnson  U.K. employees have long had drawbacks when it came to the expense management process, but…

Belgian Workers Receive Pay Raise

By Zee Johnson  In October of last year, the annual inflation in Belgium hit a 47-year high, reaching 12.27%, due to the rising cost of food and energy. Because of…

Pay Transparency Grows in Importance in UAE

A survey revealed that most UAE workers won’t apply for a role unless they know the salary upfront.    By Zee Johnson  Pay transparency has long been a hot topic in…