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Let Employees Work Where They Want — New Payscale Research Advises Workplace Autonomy is Most Effective in Retaining Talent
October 04, 2023 09:00 ET | Payscale
Employees who can work remotely as needed are 22% less likely to quit than fully remote workers and 32% less likely to quit compared to fully on-site workers. According to HR leaders, remote work is...
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Payscale’s 2023 College Salary Report Reveals Top U.S. Colleges and Highest-Paying Majors
September 27, 2023 09:00 ET | Payscale
SEATTLE, Sept. 27, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, Payscale Inc., the leading provider of compensation data, software and services, revealed its 2023 College Salary Report. The report highlights the...
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U.S. Employers Budget for 3.8% Pay Increases in 2024, Payscale Salary Budget Survey Finds
July 26, 2023 08:59 ET | Payscale
78% of organizations in the United States and 81% in Canada say that their 2024 salary increase budget is the same or higher compared to last year2024 pay increases are predicted to be 3.8% on average...
New Payscale Research Reveals Top Drivers Behind Employee Turnover and the Impact of Pay Transparency
June 01, 2023 09:00 ET | Payscale
Amid ceaseless layoffs, a company’s future outlook is the top instigator of job seeking behavior, followed by the perception of unfair pay, workplace culture, and manager relationships.Research...
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Women Stand to Lose $900,000 in Lifetime Earnings — Payscale’s Gender Pay Gap Report Shows
March 14, 2023 09:00 ET | Payscale
Women lose out on nearly a million dollars in earnings over their lifetimes due to the uncontrolled gender pay gap.Jobs with the largest gender pay gaps span an array of professions, including...
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Employers Are Rebalancing Pay Strategies in a Precarious Economy — Payscale's 2023 Compensation Best Practices Report Shows
February 22, 2023 09:00 ET | Payscale
Despite news of layoffs, 60% of organizations say they experienced more labor shortages and trouble attracting and retaining talent in 2022 than in previous years.Fifty-five percent of organizations...
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Payscale Data Reveals Which Jobs Will Survive a Potential Recession in 2023
December 14, 2022 09:00 ET | Payscale
The “recession proof” jobs with the fastest-growing wages include a mix of blue-collar and white-collar roles still reeling from the aftermath of COVID-19 and the Great Resignation; these in-demand...
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Payscale Data Reveals the Hottest Jobs in a Turbulent Job Market
December 15, 2021 09:00 ET | PayScale
Payscale ranks the hottest jobs among job seekers researching salaries.Numerous HR roles, including compensation analysts, top the list, reflecting the importance of providing fair pay for employees...
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Payscale survey shows 81% of employers do not have compensation strategy for remote workers post-pandemic
September 14, 2021 09:00 ET | PayScale
Payscale’s Remote Work Report shows that 43% of workers overall expect remote work options to increase after the pandemic.Only 50% of organizations say they will have a flexible or hybrid office after...
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Payscale Research Shows Fairly Compensated Workers Believe They are Underpaid and Likely to Seek New Opportunities
July 20, 2021 09:00 ET | PayScale
Payscale’s new research shows that most workers are unaware if they are paid fairly; 51% believe they are paid below market even when they are paid at or above market. Workers who perceive that they...