Author: Stan McKnight & Associates

boost employee performance
Sep 21, 2022
6 Techniques to Enhance Employee Performance Evaluation

Employers must regularly evaluate employee performance to ensure all team members are helping the company. The weakest link can bring down productivity and morale. Setting work-at-home policies help unify a remote team. It’s important to have a plan to boost employee performance to avoid employee burnout and declining profits. Annual Employee Performance Evaluation It’s common […]

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people experience
Sep 14, 2022
How to Treat Your Employees for a Better People Experience: An HR’s Guide

A business can win the hearts of loyal customers more easily if it demonstrates a sense of people’s experience. The more a company emphasizes the importance of people in its mission, the better reputation it builds with customers. Here’s a look at key aspects your HR department should know about employee treatment. Explanation of People’s […]

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executive compensation
Aug 17, 2022
More Companies to Use DE&I as Executive Compensation Metric

The concept of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) is seeping into the fabric of the modern business. This set of objectives is a key to defining organizations as socially responsible. Here’s how DE&I as executive compensation is revolutionizing corporate culture. DE&I Compared with ESG DE&I incentive programs are built on the long-term pay incentive model […]

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change management for hr
Aug 10, 2022
Steps to Effectively Change Management for HR

Since change has become the norm in business this century, change management for HR is a significant area of concern. Any time a business makes a noticeable change, it risks alienating its followers. Yet failing to plan for change is like planning for stagnancy. Your HR department needs to take steps to prepare for and […]

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Shifting Compensation Costs
Jul 20, 2022
Shifting Compensation Costs in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area: An Overview

Workers for private companies in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area saw wage increases for a 12-month period ending March 2022. This increase was reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a division of the U.S. Department of Labor. The 5.2 percent compensation gain overshadows the previous year’s report of a 4.2 percent increase in […]

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New Faculty Compensation Model
Jul 13, 2022
Introducing a New Model for Faculty Compensation

Schools are facing a metamorphosis in the fallout of the pandemic involving teacher pay. Innovative schools have led the way toward a new faculty compensation model. Here’s a look at how Graland Country Day School in Denver, Colorado, has pioneered a new model that improves the education system for teachers and students. Need to Update […]

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Guide to Job Evaluation
Jun 29, 2022
Job Evaluation Guide for HR: How to Hire the Right Candidate

Equal pay has become a major issue for companies working on building their social profile with the public. Conducting a job evaluation is useful for HR departments to match appropriate pay with a given job description. Use this guide to job evaluation to improve your hiring of productive talent. Defining Job Evaluation HR departments design […]

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nonprofit executive compensation
Jun 22, 2022
Nonprofit Executive Compensation 101: What You Need to Know

There are many good reasons to start a nonprofit organization, such as developing a resource for your community. Whether the entity hires volunteers or has paid employees, it faces certain risks that call for special types of insurance. Here’s a look at what nonprofit executive compensation covers. Risk Nonprofit Executives Face Executives at a nonprofit […]

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Perspectives on Pay Equity
May 22, 2022
Obstacles to Pay Equity: Employers and Employees Speak Up

Of all compensation issues organizations have to confront today, and for the foreseeable future, pay equity is increasingly becoming the most defining. Key stakeholders, including employers and employees, agree on the need to have pay equity, but there are varying perspectives on the topic and various obstacles to achieving equitable compensation. What is Pay Equity? […]

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Great Resignation
May 15, 2022
3 Ways to Stop Your Valuable Employees from Resigning

The “Great Resignation” can be scary for most employers because in it, employees are leaving their organization at a higher-than-normal rate. However, there are effective ways to slow or avoid an unprecedented turnover in your organization. Workers are quitting their jobs for reasons that have existed for a long time, and those reasons should be […]

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