Human Resources

(redirected from Compensation professional)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.

Human Resources

1. The department of a company that deals with hiring and retaining employees, firing those who do not perform, and managing disputes between employees or between an employee and a manager. Human resources departments often manage pensions, insurance, and other benefits as well. They are most common in medium- and large-sized companies.

2. See: Human Capital.
References in periodicals archive ?
Compensation professionals also conduct custom compensation surveys to capture specific industry data not currently in published surveys to ensure viable matches.
Salary.com has an interesting salary wizard (salary.com/category/salary), which it says is sourced from its Certified Compensation Professionals' analysis of data collected from human resources departments in the U.S.
Most compensation professionals and educators will likely find the EPI study more convincing.
The courts rely on the expert opinions of CPAs and other compensation professionals, and reference the work of experts in published opinions.
Would it be an assault on the sensibilities of modern workers' compensation professionals if one were to assert that workers' compensation claims management is more art than science?
Fundamentally, it is important for compensation professionals and members of the board of directors or governing body to recognize that, while the time commitment for new compensation governance disclosure rules may be substantial, there is a tremendous opportunity.
Put together by members of Aon Consulting's eComp Data Service, this work provides guidance to advisors and executive compensation professionals seeking to benchmark senior managements' executive pay against peer companies.
* Analyse channel effectiveness Compensation professionals use Callidus TrueAnalytics software to:
Callidus TrueAnalytics software consists of graphical dashboards that can be configured to enable sales, marketing, and compensation professionals to monitor, analyse and explore multidimensional elements including: sales performance by region, team, product or channel, customer growth, and sales incentive costs.
Workers' compensation subrogation results can be greatly improved by training workers' compensation professionals to identify claims with subrogation potential, and allowing subrogation team members to become involved in claims as early as possible.
Well-managed companies that want to follow the rules and do the right thing but cannot afford to hire payroll experts, compensation professionals, lawyers and senior-level, forward-thinking HR directors usually recognize the value of immediately accessible experts.
Terrorism exposures and inadequate reserves are dogging the workers' compensation industry, said Robert Hartwig, senior vice president and chief economist for the Insurance Information Institute, during a presentation to the American Society of Workers' Compensation Professionals in New York.