Stamford Based Human Resources Consulting Firm Helps Businesses Provide / Gauge Compensation at Competitive Levels

Stamford, CT. [September 26, 2007] It is with great excitement that OperationsInc (www.OperationsInc.com), a leading human resources consulting firm based in Stamford, CT, announces their new Compensation Services, designed to assist organizations in creating / maintaining a competitive compensation package that will help to attract their ideal job candidates and retain them.

“It’s critical for any business who wants to stay competitive to insure that they are compensating their talent at or above market.”, said David Lewis, CEO of OperationsInc. “We can provide a highly unique set of data that will help any firm know where they stand in comparison with their local competition.”

The Compensation Services offered by OperationsInc will help employers to better understand if they are offering their employees a salary in line with that of other organizations while gaining insight on ways to more creatively compensate their team. This guidance is offered via the provision of Salary benchmarking services, an assessment of the organization’s present compensation structure and the delivery of a comprehensive set of recommendations. By implementing these services, businesses can enhance/develop a fair and consistent compensation plan that will help to motivate higher levels of employee performance and deliver proven results. OperationsInc will also work in concert with Performance Solutions Group (www.performance-solutions-group.com) to provide sophisticated plan designs and training.

OperationsInc is frequently noted for their unique approach to HR Outsourcing. OperationsInc “uniqueness” is driven by the team’s ability to deliver services on an hourly basis, offering a “pay-for-use” approach that proves economical and well within reach for businesses of all sizes and with varying timelines. Catering to the needs of the client, their team can work regularly scheduled hours with an on or off-site arrangement or on an “as needed” basis.

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