Posts Tagged Salary
A new survey shows that a majority of job finalists are not leveraging the bargaining power they have in this candidates' market.
According to a poll conducted in early 2018 by global staffing firm Robert Half, 39 percent of workers tried to negotiate a higher salary during their last job offer. More than 2,700 professional workers were surveyed.
Some employers are confused about how their exempt employees can maintain exemption status when the company has clients that are billed for labor on an hourly basis.
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HR Executives Favor Greater Salary Transparency
By Stephen Miller, CEBS 2/2/2015
Best performers emphasize stock options, targeted performance measures.
High-performing companies design their executive compensation programs differently from many other organizations, according to a new study by consultancy Towers Watson.
C-level relationships matter most, while digital marketing skills add value.
Chief marketers who report directly to CEOs are likely to earn more than their peers, according to a new study by the 7,000-member Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council. Additionally, good peer relationships provide an advantage as the most highly paid CMOs have forged close partnerships with chief financial officers and chief information officers.
For years, the conventional wisdom has been that job seekers should wait to ask about compensation until later in the recruiting process, but that attitude is changing, according to a recent survey released by Robert Half, a staffing services consulting group.