Keeping Salary Administration Programs Current
Having periodic benchmarking and salary structure adjustments can ensure internal parity while maintaining external competitiveness.
Women's Pay Still Lags Behind Men's
When the Equal Pay Act was signed into law 50 years ago, women in the U.S. earned on average 59 cents for every dollar a man earned. Today it’s about 77 cents, advocates say.
Interns' Scut Work Should Have Been Paid
Unpaid interns performing menial tasks for a Fox Searchlight Pictures film should have been treated like employees and been paid, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ruled.
Intern Salaries Hold Steady for 2013
Interns majoring in engineering, computer science and mathematics are earning the most per hour, according to a new survey. Paid interns outpace their unpaid peers in receiving pre-graduation job offers.
Reviewing Executive Pay at Not-for-Profits
Not-for-profit boards have taken steps to ensure that they can respond appropriately to both the IRS and outside scrutiny concerning how they pay their top people.
Updating Salary Structure: When, Why and How?
Most organizations try to be good about keeping their salary structure up to date but they tend not to do it as often as they should and, when they do, encounter common hurdles. These pointers can help.