Working internationally is an intriguing subject for many reasons it’s a leap of faith into a new culture, with almost everything being different, the most challenging being a language barrier. In class, the question was posed in a poll “Would you accept a job opportunity if it helped your career?” I immediately answered, not sure,… Continue reading International Opportunities
As the lectures drew upon this week, executive compensation is built off of core compensation, deferred compensation, and benefits. Therefore, I am a centrist to form I fall right in the middle of excessive and appropriate view on executive compensation. I see both sides of the coin. From the unreasonable viewpoint, as we discussed in… Continue reading Executive compensation: Appropriate or Excessive?
Benefits can range from someone to walk your dog while you’re at work to getting your tuition reimbursed these days. My original list of the essential services is health insurance, tuition reimbursement, and a 401k. The job I currently work for offers all of these except for tuition reimbursement, which would be much appreciated since… Continue reading Benefits, which ones are important?
Netflix has become a household name after a decade of renting DVDs and starting the streaming trend. They are also known for changing the world of human resources, being one of the first pioneers of the “relaxed” culture, which is booming today. Netflix started in 1998 but began to change its culture in the early… Continue reading Netflix, person-focused or job-focused pay structure
My first job was at a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar shop, small, meaning two employees. This was my first college job, so I was elementary going about compensation in wage, days off, and availability in the beginning. Three years into the career, however, I desired a higher salary and changed my availability, which… Continue reading When compensation is a motivational factor