Annual salary is one of the most important yardsticks by
which employees measure success and compare themselves to
As 2011 draws to a close, businesses get serious about
setting goals that improve their bottom lines for next
Similarly, employees get serious about setting their goals
at this time of the year. Usually at the top of an
employee’s list of goals is “improve my bottom line.”
HR POINTER: Keeping employees’ salaries competitive with
the market is one of the keys to retaining employees.
We know times have been tough and most businesses have
been unable to provide salary increases, but now is the
time to do a “Pay Scale Checkup” or at least begin
planning for compensation and other changes to help retain
valuable employees in 2012.
We offer a Pay Scale Checkup for 2012 that includes:
1) A Pay Scale Worksheet for you to complete and return to
us for analysis, AND
2) A one (1) hour consultation (on-site or via phone) to
discuss our analysis and address specific issues in your
distribution of salaries related to:
*Anchor vs. Non-Anchor Jobs
*Market Availability of Anchor Jobs
*Market Rates and Benchmarks for Anchor Jobs
*Financial Strategies for Rewarding A-Players
*Non-Financial Strategies for Rewarding A-Players
*Compensating B-Players While Maintaining Motivation
*Pay Grade Differentiation Between Managers and Employees.
The Pay Scale Checkup is a one-time investment of $95.
If you are interested in learning more about our Pay Scale
Checkup, please contact our Member-Partner in your
geographic area or select a Member-Partner from our map.