Comp decisions shouldn't be made in a vacuum. Take notes on employee status, manage approvals, and work through challenging compensation decisions as a team.
Assign reviewers and ensure that comp changes are verified and compliant with your policies. Skip the spreadsheets and make sure that sensitive compensation info is only visible to team members who should have access.
Get an instant summary of your promotions, total headcount expense, and proposed changes at a glance. Ensure that teams stay within budget and comply with your comp philosophy and policies.
With more and more pay transparency laws coming into effect, compensation and people operations teams need to be prepared for what they need to publish and what the impacts will be for candidates and employees alike. To maximize the opportunity that this creates (and minimize the downside), take the steps below to make sure that you’re prepared.Read Story
Compensation bands are an integral part of a great compensation program. Compensation bands simplify decision-making, prevent salary compression, and ensure pay equity. They’re an important tool as you level up and ensure that your comp plan is effective. If you don't have bands in place yet, here are some tips on how to get started.Read Story