We have exciting news! We are delighted to announce we have merged with Salary.com, the leading SaaS provider of cloud-based compensation data and analytics.
Are you keeping up to date with evolving trends in compensation for physicians and mid-level practitioners? Data from our Physicians and Mid-Level Practitioners Compensation survey indicates some practices are changing.
Blog post written by Theresa M. Worman, Executive Vice President, Strategy & Development
Not all companies can offer fun employee perks like ping pong tables, nap rooms or free snacks, and yet we are all faced with the challenge of recruiting in a very competitive labor market. Many employers would like to offer employee-friendly programs, but have difficulties funding multiple initiatives. Now that Millennials make up the largest generation in today’s workforce, it is natural to look at programs aimed at attracting them.
Several members of the Compdata Surveys & Consulting team recently attended the 2018 World at Work Total Rewards Conference and Exhibition in Dallas. While at the conference, we had a great time talking with many you about your total rewards initiatives and your concerns regarding total rewards and the workforce you support. Some themes and hot topics surrounding compensation and benefits planning emerged from our conversations with you and the sessions our team attended.
Blog guest written by the Compdata Consulting team
The signs of spring and summer are all around us. The days are getting longer, the grass is getting greener, the trees are starting to bloom, and before long many organizations will see summer interns starting to filter in their doors.
Blog guest written by Theresa M. Worman.
Voluntary turnover has grown from 9.1 to 13.5 percent over the past five years, according to the latest data from Compdata Surveys & Consulting.
America Saves week is February 26th- March 2nd. Saving automatically is at the heart America Saves Week’s mission. It’s proven to be that the easiest and most effective way to save is automatically.