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33 minutes | Jan 12, 2023
Ep 78 - What jobs are hot and what are not going into 2023
Amy Stewart, one of the minds behind the annual Payscale CBPR report, joins Bill, Ruth, & Russ to discuss what jobs are hot and what are not going into 2023.
55 minutes | Dec 2, 2022
Ep 77 - 2023 Predictions in Compensation
Ruth, Bill, & Russ each made 3 predictions about what they each think will happen in the compensation space in 2023 without conferring with each other. Join us as we share our predictions with each other and see if you agree on what we agree on.
48 minutes | Nov 21, 2022
Ep 76 - The Increasing Pay Disclosure Laws
Vicky, Bill, & Russ discuss the increasing numbers of pay disclosure laws that are going live in a variety of cities, counties, and states. What will be the impact and how does a compensation or HR professional stay proactive?
38 minutes | Oct 19, 2022
Ep 75 - Quiet Quitting isn't new is it?
Ruth, Bill, & Russ discuss the 'new' phenominon of "Quite Quitting." Excactly what is it? Is it different from 'work to rule' and other such movements? How should we as HR and compensation professionals respond?
34 minutes | Sep 9, 2022
Ep 74 - Should HR be paid less than finance?
Vicky, Bill, & Russ discuss the importance and impact of the HR to an organization, a role which happens to be predominantly female, and contrasts it to the importance and impact of finance, a role which happens to be predominantly male. Are these to critical functions and career paths compensated equally? Should they be? If not, why not?
37 minutes | Aug 17, 2022
Ep 73 - 3 ways you can tell if your employees are doing their own comp research, you won't believe number 2!
Bill, Matt, Ruth, & Russ explore the pros and cons of employees doing their own salary market research and how to handle the conversation.
40 minutes | Jul 13, 2022
Ep 72 - Managing Compensation in Turbulent Times
Are we headed into a recession? The future is unclear at best. We discuss what HR, Total Rewards, & Compensation leaders should be thinking about when the the potential for an economic downturn looms.
42 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
Ep 71 - Conferences are back - What topics are hot?
Ruth, Bill, & Russ discuss the return of in person conferences in the Comp, HR, & Total Rewards space. What's the current thinking and evolving best practices?
43 minutes | Apr 30, 2022
Ep 70 - If you're not at market, they will leave
Matt, Bill, Heather & Russ review recent findings from PEW Rearch that finds low pay & lack of advancement are #1 & #2 reasons people quite in 2021. Are you at market?
47 minutes | Mar 17, 2022
Ep 69 - Payscale Comp Best Practices Report 2022
Matt, Bill, & Russ review the 2022 CBPR and share their insightes. What was as expected and what was surprising?
36 minutes | Jan 28, 2022
Ep 68 - Skills Based Pay: It’s like Guacamole???
Matt, Bill, & Russ discuss why discussions about skills based pay are on the rise, the pro’s and cons of the concept, and approaches to getting there.
52 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
Ep 67 - Retaining Highly Intelligent People
We discuss the signs of highly intelligent people and what this implies for both retaining them as well as the potential impact loosing them.
29 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
Ep 66 - Is this the Golden Age of HR?
With businesses taking a renewed focus on retention, hiring, Pay Equity, and employee engagement we stop and ask: Are we in a golden age for HR?
35 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
Ep 65 - CURO's Comp Planning & Pay Equity Solutions Join Payscale
CURO co-founder Ruth Thomas joins us to discuss the evolution in thinking around CURO's ground breaking Comp Planning & Pay Equity solutions and the impact of joining forces with Payscale.
35 minutes | Aug 23, 2021
Ep 64 - Criticality of Comp Comms
Continual and consistent communication around compensation has always been critical. We discuss why it's time to up your game.
32 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Ep 63 - Weathering the Great Resignation
Experts say “The Great Resignation” is coming. We examine the warning signs and how compensation practices can both contribute and mitigate the impact on your org.
39 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
Ep 62 - What do Dolly Parton & pay equity have in common?
Equity, diversity, & equality have moved up the priority list in the minds of comp & HR professionals as well as business leaders. Bill, Matt, & Russ look to the past as well as examine what clients are saying today about approaches and pitfalls.
41 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
Ep 61 - Handling Compression
With many companies deferring 2020 merit cycles and a potential minimum wage increase on the horizon it’s not hard to foresee pay compression challenges looming on the horizon. Bill, Matt, & Russ discuss the issue and share what they know of how organizations are working try and get ahead of it.
27 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Ep 60 - PayScale & Payfactors Join Forces
The CEO’s of Payscale & Payfactors, Scott Torrey & Jeff Laliberte, join us to discuss how this merger came to be, what it means for our clients, and what it means for the future of compensation.
33 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Ep 59 - Building a Diverse Leadership Team
David Chun, CEO and founder of Equilar, joins us to discuss the challenges, opportunities, and options for companies looking to improve diversity in leadership through the Equilar Diversity Network (EDN).
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