How Credit Unions Can Plan for the 457F Tax Implications

Those million-dollar SERPs just became a major tax burden that your organization must adjust for.

How Do Minimum Wage Increases Affect Financial Employees and Unemployment?

Banks and credit unions should prepare their salary budgets for a minimum wage increase. We compare the highest minimum wage states to the highest unemployment states.

2017 Salary Survey Reveals Industry’s Most Relevant Salary Ranges

Required reading for HR professionals paying competitively in the banking and credit union industry.

Wage Compression Likely to Increase Under New FLSA Ruling

Are you prepared for the government’s December 1 deadline?

The 2080 hours lie that’s keeping HR in the passenger seat

Basing hourly wages on 52 weeks or 2080 hours a year is a misleading oversimplification that we’ve all fallen for. Albeit a seemingly minor one, it’s a mathematical error that could be costing your budget thousands of dollars every year. If it were up to us, we would change the game and stop using 2080 […]

There Is No Such Thing as a Teller III

Sometimes career pathing and market pricing can seem at odds with one another.

You Show Me Yours and I’ll Show You Mine

Should you publish salary ranges?

How Salary Survey Midpoints Can Be Misleading, and What You Can Do About It

The midpoints in surveys reflect the national averages and medians for each position. To customize the survey data for your local market, you have to multiply the local variances – listed below and technically called geographic wage differentials if you want to impress your boss – by the national salary midpoint for a specific non […]
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