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    Employee Compensation Programs

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    Benefits have most definitely changed throughout the past years. According to Compensation, during 1880 people worked approximately 14 hours every single day except on Sundays and would only receive a raise if they stayed with the company for five years and if the company prospered during that time (Gerhart, 2011, p. 414). Over the next couple of years, employees began seeing work hours change from 60-64 hours per week to 54 hours by the year 1930. Eventually, employees were able to have holidays

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    Equal Wage

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    8p. ISSN 0019-7939 Giapponi, Catherine C. & McEvoy, Sharlene A. (2006) The Legal, Ethical, And Strategic Implications Of Gender Discrimination In Compensation: Can The Fair Pay Act Succeed Where The Equal Pay Act Has Failed? J. Individual Employment Rights, Vol. 12(2) Pp.137-150. Lawler, E. E. III, (1995) The New Pay: A Strategic Approach, Compensation and Benefits Review, 27, pp. 14-23. Payroll Manager's Letter, (2013).Q & As on Equal Pay.8/7/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 15, p6-7. 2p.ISSN 0895-7975. The

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    Employee benefits coordinator play a significant role in Human Resource Management. Employee Benefits coordinators are responsible for assisting with employee benefits, maintaining employee data base, managing all insurance billings and maintain employee files, sick pay, vacation and retirement. This study explores the importance of employee benefits to corporations, government agencies and non profit organizations. This paper also researches the effects on the management team and on individual employees’

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    Women working in the Texas state government suffer wage inequality because all women carry the expectation that they will leave work to have a baby. Women determine whether they will or will not have kids, but even though their colleagues do plan on having kids or are pregnant, they all have the same designated pay. When hiring women employers have a doubt that they will stay the entire time and that it will be a permanent job so the employer does not feel a need to give them an equal pay compared

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    My grandmother was a proud woman. Smart, strong, stubborn, and hardworking, she would have had her pick of any profession if she were born at any other time. But she wasn’t born at any other time; she was born in Depression-era Kentucky. And she didn’t pick her profession; it chose her. In a time before the pill, she got pregnant at 18, and four more popped out until Dad—the final draft, I’m told—was born. While she became a dazzling mom and grandma, she never had the dignity to choose among other

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    benefit programs that some employees use and others do not use. The level of benefits provided must meet the needs or objectives of the employees and employers in order to attract employees' willingness to receive benefits instead of direct cash compensations. For company A, the characteristics of the workforce must be considered first when choosing the benefits. In this scenario, Sue is an old female employee whose children are out of college and parents are deceased. It is not likely that the child-care

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    Gerhart, B., (2010). Human Resource Management: Gaining A Competitive Advantage. New York, NY. The McGraw-Hill. (p. 555-561). Shanney-Saborsky, R. (2000, January - February). ESPOs and the Employee Ownership Culture: Balancing Compensation and Equity Issues. Compensation and Benefits Review 32. No. 1. (p. 72-80). Retrieved April 26, 2014 from http://0search.proquest.com.catalog.lib.cmich.edu/docview/213667392 Weitzman M., Kruse D.L. (1990). Profit Sharing and Productivity. Paying for Productivity

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    To tackle this problem of unequal pay, various movements have risen in the recent times ensuring pay equity. In Canada, the purpose of the Pay Equity Act is to achieve equality in the workplace so that no person shall be denied employment opportunities (Pay equity legislation in Canada). Major steps have been taken in the past for pay equity, which has not been achieved because wage inequality, in various jobs, undertaken by women including unequal pay in the field of sports, and

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    ¬ The Final Words of the Poverty-Stricken Society Ingrid McVay University of South Alabama In Barbara Ehrenreich’s "Afterword,” she makes a summary of her novel that was written over twelve years ago and used for the educational purpose in schools and universities. This book has made a significant impact in the society, and she was amazed the book had done quite well, even after the stock market crashed. She addresses many important issues of people surviving on minimum wage and challenges

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    According to history, the notion of compensation for work pre-dates to sometime between 10,000 BC and 1,000 BC during the Neolithic Revolution (Wikipedia). Back then, salt was used as payment till around 560 BC when coins came into circulation and money was invented (Wikipeida). Money became widely used as the payment for labour. To date, money is still the main medium of exchange between employer and employee. In today’s highly competitive market, organisations are often faced with increased competition

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