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COMP 101: A Beginner's Guide to Compensation Management
 
5 Steps Employees Should Be Taking After Employee Performance Reviews
 
Bad Boss Index: How Bad Manager Behaviors Affect the Workplace and What You Can Do About It
 
Behavioral Interviewing: Questions and Templates
 
 
 
 
Comp Management Update
COMP 101: A Beginner's Guide to Compensation Management
 

Putting together a strong compensation plan is no easy task. It requires in-depth thought, cross-team collaboration and real effort.

Not to worry; this ebook is here to help. Inside, you’ll find all the info you need — including both the fundamentals as well as a step-by-step action plan — to build a solid compensation plan, and manage compensation successfully.

Topics covered include:

  • Deciding on your compensation philosophy and strategy
  • Selecting market data sources
  • Setting pay guidelines or ranges
  • Creating comp policies and processes
  • Implementing your plan and keeping it updated

 

 
 
 
 
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5 Steps Employees Should Be Taking After Employee Performance Reviews
 

Sixty-two percent of employees say they don’t see changes occur from feedback they give. It’s not enough to talk to employees about their achievements and shortcomings. Employers must take the next step to offer opportunities and solutions for an employee to improve and grow. Here are 5 steps you can take after employee performance reviews to ensure an engaged, motivated, and more productive workforce.

 
 
 
 
Boss Index
Bad Boss Index: How Bad Manager Behaviors Affect the Workplace and What You Can Do About It
 

What does poor management mean? Whether it's the credit taker, the harasser, the micro-manager, or the CEO's incompetent kid, we've all seen bad manager behavior and felt the negative consequences of their poor management.

Whether you've been a victim or the culprit of bad boss behavior, you've probably seen how poor management can seriously impact critical business outcomes like employee performance and retention. In short, bad bosses cannot go unchecked.

 
 
 
 
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Behavioral Interviewing: Questions and Templates
 

Getting the right people in the door is crucial to your company’s success. And conducting effective interviews is the best way to make sure you have control over who those people are.

Glassdoor’s eBook on Behavioral Interviewing walks you through:

  • Why behavioral-based interviewing is important
  • How to strategically choose your interview questions
  • How to organize your interview process
 
 
 
 
 
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