Pay


Book Briefing

'Fair Pay' by David Buckmaster: A Nike compensation chief on how to get a raise and make pay fairer

Fair Pay provides both high-level and specific recommendations for how to reform compensation—which is useful reading especially as companies are deploying pay to recruit and retain an increasingly empowered workforce.

'Fair Pay' by David Buckmaster: A Nike compensation chief on how to get a raise and make pay fairer

Disclosing individuals’ pay, ambiverts

A case study in pay transparency at Buffer, how to understand burnout and dropping our of the workforce, and research suggesting ambiverts are the best leaders.

Disclosing individuals’ pay, ambiverts

Reset: Compensation myths, March Madness, vocal naps

A look at research related to how pay is decided, and what could make that more fair. Plus a speed round of what businesses are planning for the return to the office.

Reset: Compensation myths, March Madness, vocal naps

Interview

The myths about why we're paid what we are, and how to fix them

Sociologist Jake Rosenfeld argues that it’s a fruitless effort to measure an individual worker’s performance in most jobs, because their contribution is so interlinked with that of others.

The myths about why we're paid what we are, and how to fix them

Interview

Good jobs may be less common and better for businesses than you realize

MITs Zeynep Ton says improving pay and job conditions could drive productivity growth that would benefit companies in the long-term.

Good jobs may be less common and better for businesses than you realize

A close look at PayPal's employee financial wellness initiative

PayPal launched an effort to improve its employees' financial health, and it's showing results.

A close look at PayPal's employee financial wellness initiative

Reset: How to boost financial health, business and democracy, virtual CES

A briefing on PayPal's pioneering employee financial wellness plan, the response of business to the Capitol attack, and more.

Reset: How to boost financial health, business and democracy, virtual CES

Reset: What people are paid, female Fortune 500 CEOs, bonus trends

We all should be dissatisfied with the status quo around compensation. From the perspective of 2020, this might seem disruptive, or radical. But future generations will wonder what took us so long to address it. Now that companies are saying they care about “stakeholders,” we should hold them, an