Three ways to do pay transparency

The EU’s pay transparency directive will have far-reaching consequences for the relationship between companies and their employees. The directive requires companies to disclose something that was previously considered a closely guarded trade secret: how much they pay their employees. The legislation will impose new reporting requirements and a complex analysis burden on companies. It can … Read more

Pay Transparency: Three issues that can turn into big headaches

Pay Transparency is coming. A new directive has already been decided in the EU parliament. Later this year it will be formally ratified. Member states will have three years to transpose it into national law. Key elements are: Pay transparency for job-seekers¬† Employers will have to provide information about the initial pay level or its … Read more

Five signs you might have problems with your job architecture

Your job architecture is the structure that guides and supports the workings of your company. Good architecture you hardly notice at all. It is feng shui for your organization. Calm, orderly processes, a sense of fairness, wheels spinning as they should. When looking at bad architecture, remember that bad is still better than none. The … Read more