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Sales Compensation Best Practices

Sales Compensation Best Practices

One right answer does not exist. Each business is unique – combination of industry, sales process, lifecycle stage, level of profitability, and product/service offering all weigh into the establishing the “right” plan for your organization.

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Trends in Writing Annual Reports for Publicly and Privately Held Companies

Trends in Writing Annual Reports for Publicly and Privately Held Companies

As the new year begins, many who participate in authoring annual reports and proxy statements (for those publicly traded), typically Finance, Legal and HR, will benefit from recognizing the changing landscape of formal organization documentation and publications.

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The Benefits of Non-Monetary Incentives

Compensation comes in all shapes and sizes. Two of the most common forms are base salary and annual bonus. These two, of course, come in the form of monetary or cash compensation. There are other forms of compensation, which one could argue are more important than these.

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2020 Merit Increases & Other Timely Compensation Facts

It’s hard to believe that it’s salary budgeting time of the year again. I’m probably in denial, refusing to let go of the last few glimpses of summer!

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Corporate Culture — What is it and Why Does it Matter?

Corporate Culture — What is it and Why Does it Matter?

These days I hear the word company culture used in many ways. We see it used in job postings, employers constantly talk about having a great culture, and I hear many employees who have lost their jobs say they were let go because they were not a cultural fit. Although the word is used quite frequently not many people can really articulate what it means.

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HR Leadership

How an Effective HR Leader Can Help Drive Results

Many middle-market privately held companies are becoming increasingly aware of how an effective human resource leader can contribute to the success of the business’s bottom line. Consider just a few of the significant changes that have taken place in the last 10 or 15 years that represent continuing challenges for many businesses.

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Robots Entering The Workplace

Don’t worry about a robot taking your job. Buy a robot and spend time doing more meaningful work.

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Hiring Tips to Avoid Limiting Your Candidate Pool

When looking at filling critical positions you may consider a few different hiring approaches.

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Recruiter’s Advice about the Changing Job Market

The national unemployment rate is currently at 3.8%, with some markets being as low as 2.4%. This is creating a new normal for employers – we are in a candidate driven market.

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Vacation Time Off

What Does Your Vacation Policy Say to New Hires?

Vacation time. All companies offer it, but many times it can become a sticking point during hiring negotiations because there are still many companies out there who wish to stick with older, outdated corporate vacation policies.

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