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WageWatch provides valuable compensation and salary surveys online across multiple industries and geographic markets to human resource professionals, hiring managers, associations, employers, and other executives at the best price. Our cost-effective online salary and compensation surveys and reports are designed to help employers with hiring employees, employee retention, employee pay and recognition, employee benefits, budget planning, market pricing jobs and salary range decisions.

  • OFCCP CONTINUES THEIR FOCUS ON SYSTEMIC PAY DISCRIMINATION



    President Obama released his fiscal year 2016 budget proposal that includes nearly $113.7 million in annual appropriations to the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”).  This proposed budget is an increase of approximately 7 percent.  Per the Administration, this additional funding will be used to combat “systemic pay discrimination” and to develop an impro...
  • WAGEWATCH 2015 LODGING EMPLOYMENT FORECAST



    WageWatch has released its 2015 Lodging Employment Forecast.  Below are some highlights from the report. WageWatch is forecasting employment growth seasonally adjusted on average of 15,000 jobs in 2015.  Our forecast is based in part on the financial forecasts for the lodging sector by PKF Hospitality Research and Smith Travel Research.  Both research firms are forecasting strong RevPAR growth ...
  • WAGEWATCH 2015 LODGING INDUSTRY WAGE FORECAST



    The New Year should prove to be a continuation of 2014 with wage increases for hourly and salary employees and executives in the lodging industry. For 2015, Wagewatch, Inc. forecasts that wage increases for the lodging industry will average 3.4%. Non-exempt employees will see pay increases of 3.2% and exempt employees will see increases of 4.2% in 2015.   The 2015 Budgeted Wage Survey for hotel...