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How to Build Salary Ranges and Pay Grades

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How to build salary ranges and pay grades in 63 days
BalancedComp’s webinar introduces an effective approach for establishing market competitiveness without paying too much or too little in this post-recessionary economy.
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Accurate salary grades and ranges are critical to keep your organization’s pay levels competitive within your industry and local markets. That said, updating and managing those ranges can be about as much fun as a snake bite.

From this webinar, presented by BalancedComp CEO Christie Summervill, you’ll take away key strategies to establish a salary administration plan that solves many of the biggest challenges you face.

Have you ever struggled to solve:

  • Hybrid positions that don't fit into the standard pay range
  • Employees who have maxed out at their existing pay grade
  • Employees who point to online salary information and claim they're not getting paid enough
  • Spending days and weeks interpreting survey data that, in actuality, has too few respondents to be valid
  • Push back from board members who approach compensation from their personal experience

This webinar will guide you step-by-step through addressing these concerns, building and fixing salary ranges, as well as demonstrate how you can develop executive buy-in the way compensation consultants do.

Upcoming Salary Ranges Webinars

Wednesday, November 30

Wednesday, December 7

Monday, December 12

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