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Salary.com Delivers Record First Quarter with 41% Increase in New Business Recurring Revenue in Q1 2017 Over the Same Quarter a Year Ago

WALTHAM, Mass. (April 19, 2017) – Salary.com, the leader in compensation data, software and services, announces continued strong momentum with a 41 percent increase in recurring revenue from new customers in its first quarter, ending March 31, 2017, over the same quarter a year ago.

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Salary.com Completes Successful First Year Following IBM Divesture

WALTHAM, Mass. (February 28, 2017) – Salary.com, the leader in compensation data, software and services, announced that it just completed its first fiscal year as an independent company following its acquisition from IBM with strong growth. Salary.com added over 650 new customers in 2016 that joined our customer community of over 5,000 enterprise companies and […]

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Research from Salary.com Finds Improved Compensation Communications Drive Employee Engagement

Company’s 9th Annual Compensation Outlook Survey Reveals More Employers Paying Employees Competitively, and Communication Drives Engagement WALTHAM, MA–(Marketwired – Nov 15, 2016) – Salary.com, the leader in compensation data, software and services, today announced the findings from its 2016 Compensation Outlook Survey, exploring the link between compensation, communication and employee engagement. At a time when […]

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Salary.com Transforms Compensation Management With New Dashboard, Interactive Insights and Mobile App

Salary.com, the leader in compensation data, software and services, today announced the launch of new features of its CompAnalyst® suite: Configurable Dashboard, Interactive Insights, and Mobile App. These new capabilities further enable HR teams with the technology they need to make well-informed compensation decisions.

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5 Ways To Attack The Pay Inequity Issue Head-On

Despite laws, regulations and cultural uproar, pay inequity still exists. But Facebook rants and heated dinner conversations aren’t enough to make genuine change. I recently had an interesting discussion on this topic with the CEO of Salary.com, Kent Plunkett, about ways to attack the issue head-on. Here are five ways I recommend leaders, employers and employees work to fix this issue.