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Why Have a Pay Strategy?

For organizations that want to attract, motivate and retain good employees, designing a strategic approach to pay is a critical component. Using a simple statement to communicate your pay strategy clearly is an important step to establish ground rules.

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CompDoctor Article, February 2017 Edition

In this CompDoctor article, Jim Fox and Bruce Lawson answer the following question about defining minimum qualifications in job descriptions: As requested by HR, I recently filled out a position questionnaire for my job that asked me to state my thoughts regarding the necessary qualifications to do my job. Although I indicated that a college degree (which I worked hard to obtain myself) is necessary, the updated job description that was eventually posted indicated that only a high school diploma is the minimum qualification. Why is the job description for my job dumbed down in terms of required education.