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Incentive Pay

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New OT rules: Determine how bonuses fit into regular rates of pay

10/27/2016
How you set up bonus programs can have a big impact on your overtime budget.

Bank fiasco still paying learning dividends

10/06/2016
The hits just keep coming for beleaguered banking giant Wells Fargo. What’s the lesson for employers?

SEC limits severance language

09/29/2016
The Securities and Exchange Com­mission recently issued two decisions rejecting severance agreement language that would require employees to waive their rights to additional monetary recovery.

Wells Fargo fraud offers lesson on incentives

09/15/2016
Wells Fargo’s recent $185 million fine should be a lesson: Build accountability into your bonus or incentive programs.

Snapshot: What kinds of variable pay do employers offer?

09/12/2016
With base pay staying relatively flat in recent years, 88% of employers now offer some form of variable pay.

Final rules cap wellness plan incentives at 30%

05/17/2016
Employers can offer incentives worth up to 30% of premium costs to encourage employees and their spouses to provide health information as part of an employer-sponsored wellness program.

The most common kinds of short-term incentives

05/14/2016
Could incentives work to raise your company’s productivity?

Raises hold steady, but not for top performers

10/01/2015
After pulling back the reins on pay raises during the recession, employers have returned to handing out steady, but not spectacular, salary increases. But the one-raise-fits-all approach is dying off as more employers embrace pay for performance.

Those who need wellness most respond to incentives

04/10/2015
Financial incentives are a crucial factor in bringing unhealthy workers into workplace wellness programs, according to a new analysis by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

Prepare to pay more to retain tech talent

02/18/2015
The price for top high-tech talent is rising, and employers that want to hold onto the best IT staff had better be ready to pay up. Technology pay in the U.S. saw a second straight year of hikes in 2014, with average earnings of $89,450, up 2% from 2013.
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