Salary vs. Benefits: Is the Higher Pay Worth More to You?

Congratulations! After searching for a job in the food and beverage industry for months, you’ve finally received an offer with a great company. The hard work has paid off! One of the first things you may be eager to learn is what your salary will be. After all, most people change jobs to either advance… Read more »

Developing a Competitive Compensation Package for the Food and Beverage Industry

With minimum wage changing at the start of 2020 for some states, and new laws restricting employers from investigating a candidate’s salary history, food and beverage employers will need to do their homework to research and develop the best compensation plans.   You want to maintain high employee retention and attract the best new candidates… Read more »

Can’t Compete On Salary? Consider Offering These Perks

Not all employees are motivated solely by money. That’s the old way of doing things. If you’re looking to hire good, talented employees but can’t match their current salary or another offer from a competing food and beverage company, you might not be out of the running just yet.    Kinsa Group recently offered advice on salaries in… Read more »

Employers Recognize the Need for Benefits that Appeal to a Multi-generational Workforce

American employers are faced with a difficult balancing act – attracting new talent, while also holding onto experienced workers.  Achieving this balance is driving employers to create financial benefit plans that appeal to workers of all ages. According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Workforce Benefits Report (published April, 2011): 94 percent of 650 C-level… Read more »