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Keeping Sales Compensation on the Rails
Total Rewards Trends for the Next Five Years
STEM Graduates' Salaries Exceed Others, but Face Slowdown
Incentive Pay Lessons from the Hospitality Industry
Proposed Overtime Rule Advances to OMB Review
New Rules Revamp H-2B Visa Program
Is a Living Wage All the Rage?
SEC Proposes Pay-Versus-Performance Rule
IT Professionals See Bigger Pay Gains
Confront Pay Disparity Between Highest and Lowest Earners
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To Celebrate Birthdays at Work or Not?
Lawsuits, embarrassment among pitfalls
By Dana Wilkie 2/4/2015
What could possibly go wrong with recognizing someone’s birthday at work?
Despite higher productivity, the share of income flowing back to workers has diminished
For the past several years, wage and salary surveys in the U.S. have consistently shown annual increases of about 3 percent across employee groups. And despite ongoing evidence of economic recovery and growth, employers have made few, if any, strides toward increasing salaries and are not expected to do so anytime soon.
San Diego’s hotly contested minimum wage ordinance has been put on ice until at least 2016. The City Council approved the ordinance in July and then later overrode the mayor’s veto. A petition drive by San Diego business leaders has now succeeded in forcing the issue to the ballot.
High-earning employees will find more of their salary subject to Social Security payroll taxes starting on Jan. 1, 2015.
CHICAGO—Some of the U.S. labor market’s biggest problems, particularly income inequality and a lack of employment opportunities, are long-standing issues—not issues created by the Great Recession, according to experts gathered here for the annual meeting of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE).
Economists, academics and other speakers addressed the challenges facing the unemployed, underemployed and other people struggling to make a living. NABE is a nonprofit trade group based in Washington, D.C.
The top challenge of the next three years for HR leadership across the globe centers on talent—finding it, motivating it and keeping it.
The 2014 Global Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey report conducted by Deloitte, the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists, and the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans found talent shortages, combined with managing a multigenerational workforce, pointing to the need for more effective and adaptable talent strategies and rewards programs.