3 Next-Level Management Tips to Create a Better Workplace in 2020

Today’s post is courtesy of SocialMonsters.org The only thing constant is change. Though some aspects of business success are built upon bedrock principles that were detailed decades ago, you can’t stop evolving. There are new business models. There is new technology. And there needs to be new management. No, we’re not talking about firing and …

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A Guest Post: Salary Broadcast on the Company Website? Do You Agree?

This guest post is by Fredrick Cameron, whose work I have published three other times. This time he offered an interesting post about pay transparency. Before I decided to publish this one I asked how people felt about pay transparency to an HR group to which I belong. I have posted some of the comments …

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The OFCCP and Pay Transparency: Will it make a difference?

Pay transparency is all the rage. It is however not a new issue, it is just an issue that has new import attached to it due to the new Executive Order that addresses pay transparency. Executive Order 13665 In the spring of 2014 President Obama signed EO 13665, but it was not until September 15, …

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Attention Federal Contractors! You have a new poster.

If you are a Federal contractor there is a new EEO poster you must display. It is a supplement to the EEO “It’s the Law” poster you have already had to display. As of September 9, 2015 you must display the poster supplement. The important issue added to this deals with pay secrecy. The specific …

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Balancing on the Tightrope of Corporate Transparency

Today’s post is courtesy of my friends at SocialMonsters.org It’s a common predicament in the workplace. Employees clamor for more information, after feeling blindsided by an abrupt change in HR policies. Or, on the other end of the spectrum, the management sends an endless cache of documents to your staff to keep them in the …

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Is pay secrecy disappearing in the private sector?

There has been an ongoing debate about pay secrecy versus pay transparency for some time now. The old way of doing business versus the new way of doing business. The old way said that what you made was your business and no one else’s. The new way says that transparency is more egalitarian and helps …

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Public Salaries: Is Transparency Right For Your Company?

This post is from my friends at SocialMonsters.org Disclosed company revenue and monthly progress reports; shared self-improvements; internal emails between two employees sent with the team cc’ed. Buffer, a social media sharing solutions company, functions with this level of radical transparency. Buffer finds power in the vulnerability, openness and accessibility of transparent ideas and workflows. Transparency …

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