In the last few months, there’s been a lot of conversation on executive pay. CNBC news reported that in 2014, “the average S&P 500 company CEO made 373 times the salary of the average production and non-supervisory worker in 2014.” This is an increase from the 331 times the salary average in 2013.
In a previous Astronology, we explored the basics of a Human Resource Information System, or HRIS. As we mentioned in that article, such technology can be beneficial in assisting with HR administration.
According to an October 2013 Gallup study, one in eight, or 13% of employees, are engaged with their work. However, the bulk of the employees in the study, 63%, are “not engaged.” Employee engagement is important for organizational success.
The month of May involves a flurry of graduation ceremonies. These graduates are more than likely already applying to work for your organization.
By guest author: pmphrblog for Portnoy, Messinger, Pearl & Associates, Inc. Tri-State area human resources and labor relations consulting firm.
In today’s information economy, the protection of proprietary information is becoming even more essential.
According to a 2013 Towers Watson survey, 25% of employers sustain advantages from organizational changes over the long term. The notion of change can be quite alarming for many.
By: Bob Trobe, Managing Director at Crystal & Company
Employers who sponsor defined contribution (DC) retirement plans for their employees select the plan’s broker, record keeper, and third party administrator (TPA) as well as determine the plan design, pick investment options, and educate employees about the program.
Whether it’s every day or for a special project, at some point of time we all have to do some form of collaborative teamwork.
In our last Astronology, we discussed work / life balance in America, with a primary focus on the negative outcomes from improper balance and what some employers are doing to combat them.