Build Trust and Reduce Employee Attrition

With the U.S. unemployment rate at a sixteen year low, two important labor dynamics have emerged. First, wages are rising; businesses need to pay more to get the same job done. Second, employees are increasingly tempted to leave their current job for the prospect of a better one. Many managers believe that the solution to… Read More

How to Create a Compensation Philosophy

Creating a cohesive Compensation Philosophy is one of the most important things that the leadership team can do as they work to create the culture of the company.  Developing a compensation philosophy is similar to defining your company’s core values; it outlines your beliefs about pay, equity and benefit plans.  Just as your core values… Read More

Sales Compensation and New Interview Methods: An Interview with Max Lowenbaum, VP of Sales at Hireology

Max Lowenbaum, VP of Sales at Hireology and former Sales Leader at high-growth Groupon, joins  The Best Team Wins Podcast to talk about sales leadership, compensation plans, and role-playing as an interview style.                 Follow Hireology on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.              … Read More

Human Capital Management as Risk Management: An Interview with Cathi Trippe, VP of Risk Management at Phil Long Auto

Cathi Trippe, VP of Risk Management at Phil Long Auto, has 20+ years of experience in Risk Management and knows that one of the biggest risks in business is who you hire to run that business. She was featured my book, in The Best Team Wins: Build Your Business Through Predictive Hiring, because of her… Read More