Yesterday, we looked at the first seven of consultant Jim Kochanski’s nine factors for pay-for-performance success. Today, the remaining two—plus an invitation to a webinar next week that will help you become fluent in pay for performance at your organization.
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Yesterday, benefits consultant Scott Haas, CLU, RHU, offered his tips on negotiating reduced pharmacy costs. Today, how to manage generic drugs, plus a must-attend webinar later this month for healthcare employers.
Yesterday, we featured the first six sins of supervisors. Today, sins 7 through 10, plus an introduction to a comprehensive California wage and hour reference you won’t want to be without.
|“Six factors need to be present for true employee engagement,” says consultant Keith Branham. Highly engaged workplaces score high on all six drivers and tend to have “signature” drivers—that is, drivers for which they are particularly known.|
|Branham, who is founder and principal of Keeping the People, Inc., offered his expertise at WorldatWork’s 2013 Total Rewards Conference and Exhibition, held recently in Philadelphia.|
Over the summer, the Supreme Court decided in the landmark case of United States vs. Windsor that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional, which now paves the way for same-sex couples to potentially enjoy many federal benefits that they weren't entitled to before. Let's take a closer look at DOMA, what the ruling did, and what questions remain.