Seattle-based software vendor PayScale has created a tool that evaluates salaries per industry, job type, geography, etc. and delivers this information to employers so they can determine what would be a “fair” salary for their employees. I recently had a demo with PayScale where Tim Low and Karaka Leslie showed me some of the functionality and shed light on how their offering contributes to compensation management for organizations.
social workmanagement salary
certain markets and reveal social issues. Gathering information to match salaries and job profiles is relatively straightforward for some industry sectors like IT, where it’s very clear what skills, education, experience, and certification someone needs for specific types of jobs. But in services companies, it’s not that easy, since people skills are not easy to quantify and are not covered by certifications. For example, one cannot become certified in social media, communication skills, collaborat