Time Well Compensated!

January 25th, 2017

Develop a clear company compensation strategy and your time and effort will be rewarded…

In today’s fast-moving world, most organizations don’t dedicate sufficient time to the one thing that will help them effectively attract and retain the best talent. Why is developing a compensation strategy so often pushed to one side? If you are feeling the […]

Confidentially – The Answer’s in the Strategy!

January 12th, 2017

The sensitive issue of salary information and why keeping it confidential won’t solve your problems…

So, you really still believe employees don’t compare what they earn with each other? Even if they don’t openly discuss their pay with their work colleagues, they’ll have a pretty good idea of individual salary levels – their own and others. […]

When it Comes to Assessing and Planning Employee Compensation, Software Lacks the Human Touch

March 4th, 2015

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, some software can greatly increase an organization’s efficiency by automating tasks and processes. However, this assumes you have identified and tested the right tasks and processes–based on sound strategies and goals.

Employee compensation is a great example. There are a number of software products that can help streamline and manage […]

Allan Freedman of the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy on TPO’s Compensation Services

February 18th, 2015

In 2014, TPO worked with National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) on a compensation assessment to ensure the organization’s pay structure is equitable based on market comparisons. Here is what NBCOT Executive Vice President, Allan Freedman, had to say about TPO’s work—and the outcomes for NBCOT. 

As Executive Vice President of NBCOT, I handle […]

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