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If an employee approaches you thinking they’re underpaid, don’t simply dismiss them believing it’s untrue – even if their salary is based on market research and you know they aren’t underpaid. Compensation is tied directly to perceptions and feelings, so you need to navigate the conversation carefully.
You’ve worked hard recruiting and training your team, so it hurts when one of them leaves. Focusing inward and working to retain the talent you already have one of the best ways to stay ahead of the game. We have a few ideas to get you started:
Although it often dominates the dinner table, compensation is more than just a dinnertime topic – it’s one of the most personal aspects of employment for every employee, at every level. So as an employer, you want to make sure the conversation is a good one.
Trends in compensation have evolved dramatically in recent years, particularly as the coronavirus pandemic reshaped the labor market.