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Alternative Approaches
While competitive base pay may play an important role in recruiting candidates, a new survey shows more companies are planning to boost their reliance on alternative rewards to bolster their offers.
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Preparing for New Overtime Rules
HR professionals need to be on top of the developments surrounding an overhaul to current white-collar exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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A Deeper Dive into the Pay Gap
Many HR professionals are trying to figure out if the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission's newly proposed revisions to its EEO-1 form are really justified or if they will simply turn out to be one gigantic administrative burden.
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The End of Pay Secrecy?
Employers are under pressure to divulge salary information. Could one of the last workplace taboos be going by the wayside?
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Taking the Pulse on Pay
As predictions for next year's compensation levels roll out, experts say all signs are pointing to an employee-driven market with an increased employer emphasis on variable pay.
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Should Hiring Be Based on Gut -- or Data?
It's a question a lot of companies would like better answers to, considering the critical importance of people to a business' success and the high costs associated with recruiting, onboarding, hiring and firing.
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HR and the CEO-Pay Ratio Rule
After two years in development with extensive input from both critics and supporters, the CEO pay-ratio rule is set to go into effect in January 2017. Here's what HR leaders need to know beforehand.
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Putting More Pay at Risk
New proposed rules from the SEC will require companies to adopt "clawback" policies for incentive-based executive compensation.
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On Pay Equity
When it comes to compensation, Wharton experts say, companies are dealing with two key issues: pay inequity and the big gap between what senior executives earn versus average workers.
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Honest Mistake or Risky Decision
After the recent announcement of a multi-million-dollar settlement involving the misclassification of workers, experts say HR needs to create effective processes to help ensure workers are appropriately classified.
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Talent Management Column

Approximately 15 percent of people who are in the current labor force are working under an alternative arrangement, as opposed to "regular" employment. Does this mean there is a new normal in the working economy?
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