It’s easy to hire the right candidate with Portfolio. We are experienced in finding skilled professionals with the right attributes for compensation, benefit and reward vacancies.
Our recruitment team take care of the entire recruitment process. Here, we outline the skills and experience required and describe the sort of candidate we will present to you for an interview.
The role itself
A compensation analyst improves the internal reward policy of a organisation.
Initially they investigate existing employee pay grades, before reporting on improvements they feel would make the scheme more competitive.
To be successful in the role the right candidate must be confident implementing their schemes effectively with the goal of moving the business forward.
- Examine market and salary trends
- Liaise with management staff on relevant compensation issues
- Develop and implementing competitive pay and reward schemes
Finally, the right candidate must be a strong communicator as they need to address current issues before advising colleagues and stakeholders on their policies.
The Required experience
They will have the following skills and experience:
- Thorough knowledge of current government policy
- Excellent organisational and time management
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Knowledge of relevant computer systems
Candidates will be educated to degree level, and it is also worth seeking those accredited as a Certified Compensation Professional (CPP) as this confirms their dedication to their field.
The Find the right candidates with Portfolio
We only present candidates who we feel match the ethos of your company and who have the necessary attributes and experience to move the business forward.
Speak to Portfolio on 020 7650 3190 about recruiting the very best compensation analysts.
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