Can Employees Discuss Their Salaries at Work? To prevent this outcome, you might consider developing a policy that prohibits employees from discussing their pay with their co-workers. But before you do that, remember that you may run afoul of federal law.
Can Employees Discuss Their Salaries at Work?
We live in a fast-paced society where people are forever on the go. There’s hardly ample time for work-life balance, let alone continuing education. Yet studies show that employees want opportunities for learning and development. Could tuition reimbursement be a solid investment for your company? According to a Gallup survey, 87 percent of millennials say […]
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 3.4 million people—2.3 percent of the total workforce—quit their jobs in November 2018. In the private sector, the quits rate was 2.6 percent, increasing from 2.4 percent the prior year. These numbers reflect a continuous upward trend: employees are quitting. The Society for Human Resource Management has noted […]
Commuter benefits are fringe benefits that allow employees to set aside pretax money to pay for work-related transportation costs. Generally, for employees to use the benefit, their employer must set up a commuter, or transportation, benefits plan that meets the requirements of Section 132(f) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Below are some general steps for creating salary ranges for jobs in your company. In determining salary ranges, first analyze positions by reviewing their job descriptions. To be able to assign a specific salary range to each position, you must know the activities and responsibilities that come with the job, the qualifications needed to execute […]