Every client who participates in the Radford Global Compensation Database is partnered with a dedicated Data Consultant to guide them through the submission process, however, in some cases additional support is needed.
We offer additional fee-based input services to help you gather and refine your compensation data, making job matching decisions, and complete your Radford participation requirements. Tools and services include, job matching meetings, compensation data collection / review to facilitate your completion of submission documents and initial benchmarking projects.
Job Assessment and Matching
During a typical engagement, our experienced consultants perform an initial pass at matching your jobs to the Radford platform. This is done using existing job documentation (e.g., job titles, job descriptions, organizational charts, new-hire requisitions or direct manager input). We then conduct up to two job matching sessions with your human resources team to finalize matches to the Radford platform; each onsite or video/audio conference meeting typically lasts one hour. Ongoing support in this area can include: assistance with job evaluation and job leveling across multiple company locations, or the incorporation of new hires (including via mergers and acquisitions) into your current and future Radford survey input materials.
Compensation Collection and Input
As part of a typical engagement in this area, our team collects your raw compensation and employee data to convert it into all required formats for final entry into the Radford platform. This includes conducting data cleanup and analysis across multiple internal data sources (e.g., HRIS, ATS, stock administration, and sales incentive administration systems) and conducting interviews with human resources or business leaders to complete compensation practices questionnaires.
Ongoing support can include: training for human resources staff in non-HQ locations, onsite HRIS data gathering, and working with global teams to enhance data submission rates outside of the United States.