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Average Salary for Chief Compensation & Benefits Executive in United States

The average salary of a(n) Chief Compensation & Benefits Executive in United States is $131,004.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Chief Compensation & Benefits Executive in United States is $62.98.

The average bonus of a(n) Chief Compensation & Benefits Executive in United States is $12,760.00.

Job Description:

Develops and oversees the organization's total compensation programs, including base salary, variable pay, and employee benefit programs. Provides related information and analyses to top management and the Board of Directors and collaborates with outside consultants and vendors as appropriate in all areas. Develops compensation programs and processes, working across organizational levels, to ensure market competitiveness, internal equity, process efficiency, and compliance with current processes. Develops and oversees salary planning, increase programs, and bonus programs. Designs or participates in the design of all variable reward programs, including those for executive, sales, research, and other groups. Oversees the development and administration of job family levels and salary structures, selection and participation in compensation surveys, and developing processes and formats for job descriptions. Oversees the development and administration of all employee benefit programs, including health and welfare, retirement, paid time-off, and any other benefits programs. Oversees the delivery of efficient and effective service to employees, as reflected in benefit process design and administration, and prompt resolution of issues. Manages the relationships with vendors to ensure cost effective programs. Oversees internal and external compliance with regulations and company policies. May develop and direct equity programs in collaboration with Legal and Finance Departments. May oversee HRIS systems and associated processes. Less

Develops and oversees the organization's total compensation programs, including base salary, variable pay, and employee benefit programs. Provides related information and analyses to top management and the Board of Directors and collaborates with outside consultants and vendors as appropriate in... More

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