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Salary History: To Ask or Not to Ask

For employers in some places, the decision has been made for them.
Cities such as New York and San Francisco, or states such as Delaware and Massachusetts, for example, have passed laws prohibiting interviewers from asking candidates about their salary history. ...
Sep 6

3% Salary Increases Put Greater Focus on Variable Pay

With salary increase budgets expected to remain at 3 percent for both 2017 and 2018, employers are continuing to leverage variable pay to differentiate rewards for high-performers.
"With a tight job market and reported financial gains, we might have expected to see more growth in salaries," said Kerry Chou, WorldatWork senior practice leader. ...
Aug 25

More Competition for Talent Is Leading to Rise in Wages

Nationwide studies reveal that the U.S. labor market remains bullish about hiring through the second half of the year, and a significant percentage of employers anticipate offering higher starting salaries for new employees.
CareerBuilder's 2017 Midyear Job Forecast shows that 60 percent of employers plan to hire full-time employees from July through December, up from 50 percent at this time last year, and 46 percent plan to hire temporary or contract workers, up from 32 percent in July 2016. ...
Jul 19

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