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As the year wound down, we took a look back at six articles from 2014 focused on benefits or pay that warranted another visit.
“If you believe in pay for performance, you must have data to differentiate where people stand,” advised management consultant Dick Grote. He proposed the radical notion that performance management systems can actually work, and that employers have “an ethical obligation” to employees to see that they do.
This article may have been overlooked since the title focuses on startups and outsourcing, but it discusses some nifty HR benefits administration trends that should be of interest to organizations of all sizes.
With four generations working side by side in the labor force, employers are challenged to meet each group’s distinctive needs and expectations. These differences become especially relevant when honing ways to communicate health care options.
There are compelling reasons for employers to offer meditation training and resources as a stress-reducing wellness benefit—and some obstacles to avoid.
Many businesses are facing higher state and local minimum wages, with another round of increases set to take effect in jurisdictions throughout the U.S. in January. Be prepared to manage the effect of minimum-wage increases on existing pay structures.
Stephen Miller, CEBS, is an online editor/manager for SHRM. Follow him on Twitter
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