Bonuses bestowed on workers as an end-of-year holiday gift are becoming scarcer, while variable pay plans that tie payouts to meeting individual and organizational goals, usually paid in the first quarter of the new year, have become more popular. That said, the smaller pool of employers that continue to give out holiday bonuses are, on average, being more generous compared with employers that gave out holiday bonuses in previous years, according to new survey findings.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Abuse of intermittent Family and Medical Leave Act time off is frustratingly common, but employers need not tolerate it.
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During tax season, employers have an opportunity to let low- and moderate-income workers know about a special tax credit...
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Employers sponsoring an onsite health clinic must navigate through several compliance issues if they also offer employees high deductible...
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While the legal requirements to provide paid or unpaid leave become more complex, leave-management tools and services continue to...
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