HR Executive and Staff Pay Rose During the Pandemic

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New studies highlight changes to compensation for HR executives and staff, as well as the ways in which the pandemic has changed how HR professionals work and the challenges they face.

HR Executive Pay Trends, published in October by Equilar, a research firm that tracks data on corporate leaders, analyzes compensation for HR executives at the 500 largest (by revenue) publicly traded U.S. companies.

“As concurrent trends in corporate employment have led to ascending roles and responsibilities, HR executives have been compensated accordingly,” wrote study author Dan Marcec, Atlanta-based senior editor at Equilar.

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