Monthly Archives: November 2017

In Certain Jurisdictions, Companies May Be Prohibited from Requesting or Providing an Employee’s Salary History

New York City is the latest legal jurisdiction to prohibit companies from inquiring about a prospective employee’s compensation history during the recruiting process, joining 2 other cities (San Francisco and Philadelphia), 4 states (California, Delaware, Massachusetts, and Oregon), and 1 other jurisdiction (the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico) in implementing such legislation. Continue reading

Does Your Pay Program Balance “Pay Energy” and Pay Risk?

Our recent viewpoint “Does Your Pay Program Balance “Pay Energy” and Pay Risk? was re-posted in The Advisors’ Blog. The article can be read by clicking on the link. https://www.compensationstandards.com/member/Blogs/consultant/2017/11/does-your-pay-program-balance-pay-energy-pay-risk.html November 8, 2017

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Would Significantly Impact Executive Compensation Arrangements

On November 2nd, the House Ways and Means Committee introduced its tax reform bill, referred to as the ‘Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.’ Our initial review of the bill identified a few provisions which could have significant implications for organizations’ compensation and incentive programs. Continue reading

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