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More than 7,000 employees at Nike are going to see their check get a little bigger. The athletic-wear company has announced it will raise salaries for those employees and change the way it awards annual bonus to its staff. All of this is an attempt to better pay equity within the company.
Earlier this year, Nike conducted an internal review of its pay practices. Based on the results, company leaders decided to award salary adjustments to about......
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Generation Z, or the iGen generation, is moving into the workforce. There are already 67 million of them with 17 million in the workforce, and as more of them get jobs, the more changes can be expected. But what changes must be made as iGen makes its way into the workforce now and over the next 15 years?
The Rise of Generation Z has come. This generation is earnest, hardworking and traditional but favors liberal views on race, gender, identity and more. Socially and technologically empowered, companies who ignore this run the risk of being ignored. Those who embrace it will gain the generation’s loyalty.
In this article we explore what HR should know about Generation Z specifically looking at what defines the generation.
While millennials are currently the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, it’s Generation Z that will be filling internships and entry-level roles for years to come. To find out what Gen Z actually cares about in a career, RippleMatch analyzed tens of thousands of student profiles and discovered how companies can effectively appeal to Gen Z. Fill out the form to learn more or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy sent to your inbox.
As employee “quits” reach high levels in a strong economy while gender pay equity issues come to the forefront, employers are finally getting serious about their fair pay practices. In collaboration with Total Rewards Solutions Blog, this article talks about the importance of fair pay practices. Download the article to learn more or email email@example.com for a copy sent to your inbox.