HR Best Practices

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Sales and Business Development Salary Grades – Food and Beverage Salaries Series #3

July 11, 2022 in Career and Job Search Tips, Food & Beverage Industry Information, HR Best Practices

 

Food and Beverage industry employers have salary grades to ensure pay equity among employees in similar positions.  These salary grades provide consistency yet flexibility within a food and beverage organization. Consequently, allowing Human Resources or hiring managers to pay differently within a reasonable range for a specific position title. For instance, when there is a […]

 

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Put Company Values Front and Center to Attract Talent

June 27, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

What are Company Values? To begin, let’s define what company values are and their importance. Company values (also called corporate values or core values) are the set of guiding principles and fundamental beliefs that help a group of people function together as a team and work toward a common business goal. Furthermore, company values are […]

 

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Food Safety and Quality Wages – Food and Beverage Salaries Series #2

June 13, 2022 in Career and Job Search Tips, Food & Beverage Industry Information, HR Best Practices

 

Wages are increasing.  To stay competitive for quality talent in this dynamic market it is very important for food and beverage employers to understand compensation specific to the industry and among your competitors for key roles. That is why Kinsa Group’s food and beverage executive recruiters have collected salary data from more than 8,000 candidate […]

 

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C-Suite Executive Compensation – Food and Beverage Salaries Series #1

May 31, 2022 in Career and Job Search Tips, Food & Beverage Industry Information, HR Best Practices

 

The Wall Street Journal reported in December 2021 that Companies Plan Big Raises for Workers in 2022 including: Steeper Increases than at any point since the 2007-2009 recession, and Boosts to Salary Ranges resulting in higher minimum, median and maximum salaries. In preparation, Kinsa Group food and beverage executive recruiters have collected salary data from […]

 

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Other Factors to Consider in Total Compensation

May 23, 2022 in Career and Job Search Tips, Food & Beverage Industry Information, HR Best Practices

 

Highlighting a section of Kinsa Group’s 2022 Food & Beverage Salary Guide – it is important to remember that base salary is only one factor in a total compensation offer. Other factors include job satisfaction, location, work-life balance, boss/peers, and work environment. Kinsa’s recruiters suggest employers and job seekers alike consider the items below as […]

 

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What You Should Know About Succession Planning

May 9, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

What is Succession Planning? Succession planning is a business strategy for passing leadership roles on to one or more other employees. This business strategy will ensure that a business is preparing to promote and advance its employees—and not just those who are already at the management or executive levels. Here are questions to ask yourself […]

 

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Now Available: 2022 Food and Beverage Salary Guide

April 4, 2022 in Career and Job Search Tips, Food & Beverage Industry Information, HR Best Practices

 

Finding accurate Food and Beverage salary and compensation data is becoming more challenging.  With the list of states enacting salary bans growing, how can employers establish fair pay? What is the standard pay increase job changers can expect in the food & beverage industry? And how do they know it is fair – so they are making the right […]

 

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How Employers Can Benefit from Having Remote Employees

March 14, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

The benefits of being a remote employee are obvious, but there are also employer benefits from having employees work remotely that aren’t as obvious but are very real. Companies can benefit from flexible and remote work options, just as much as employees benefit from them. Here are five employer benefits from having remote employees:  1. […]

 

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