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Salary Administration Guidelines

Establish salary controls now to help avoid salary pain in the future, by using the Salary Administration Guidelines template.

Design a Base Pay Structure

Compensation, specifically base pay, is usually the highest organizational cost, and a significant factor in employee attraction and retention. While few organizations...
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Design a Base Pay Structure Storyboard

A defined approach to base pay is essential to boost employee engagement and increase employee attraction and retention. Create a base pay structure that is defensible,...

Design a Base Pay Structure Executive Briefing

Use this briefing to make the case to your executive team for designing a defensible, competitive, flexible, and practical base pay structure.

Base Pay Structure Tool

Create a base pay structure that is internally and externally equitable by balancing the internal job worth hierarchy with external market competitiveness.

Pay Transparency and Communications Plan

Develop a pay transparency strategy that suits your organization and draft a communications plan that aligns to your strategic objectives.

Create a Job Worth Hierarchy Based on Internal Worth

Balancing the need to attract and retain talent against the desire for labor cost control is a problem faced by all organizations. Despite this, job evaluation has fallen...
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Create a Job Worth Hierarchy Based on Internal Worth Storyboard

Implement a job worth hierarchy by evaluating jobs to determine their relative value to the organization. This will help to increase retention, align pay with strategic...

Create a Job Worth Hierarchy Based on Internal Worth Executive Briefing

Use this document to help make the case to your executive team for implementing a job worth hierarchy to reinforce the relative internal value of roles.

Ranking Tool

Use this tool to help you implement the ranking method for job evaluation within your organization.
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