Let’s simplify the creation and review of your compensation structures.
Many Members rely on our Compensation Specialists for detailed insights on job roles, market pricing and salary structure development. Other Members craft these structures independently or with outside specialists, but still need Catapult’s specialists to make informed, data-driven decisions.
Employers! Use our compensation review toolkit to answer your commonly asked questions. The featured templates also help build competitive, attractive workplaces, no matter the size of your business.
- Start attracting and retaining talent with stronger compensation. How? Review our Compensation FAQ. We answer questions that determine starting pay, salary increases, and even whether hourly or salaried is appropriate.
- This Cost of Living Versus Cost of Labor article will help articulate the differences between compensation planning, wage increases and adjustments.
- Employers should use this Bonuses and Short Term Incentive Plan article to determine whether a Total Rewards package is attractive to applicants and existing staff.
- Catapult’s Compensation Terms article helps clarify terminology so you can better understand salary data, build pay grades, and price out individual positions.
- Thinking about designing your own wage structure? Our Pay Structure Design Tool can get you started!
- Calculating overtime seems simple, but it can quickly get… complicated. This simple tool for Calculating Regular Rates for Overtime with a Bonus article will help.
- Employers: use this Excel Pay Structure and Pay Range Workbook to design your company’s pay structure. (Tip: Use this along with the Pay Structure Design tool above!)
- Did you know that Catapult partners with PayFactors to offer our Members complimentary access to salary survey information? With one account per Member company, Members uncover comprehensive data for up to 50 jobs!
- A great reference for cost of living information is the Bureau of Labor Statistics! The resource also offers employers a variety of important data sets related to employment and compensation.