The Differences Between HR-Reported and Crowd-Sourced Compensation Data

Learn how to evaluate the different types of compensation data available and determine which sources are right for you and your business.

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To make intelligent decisions about the value of a job to your company, you need data from a range of sources. Formal compensation surveys (made up of HR-reported data) are generally considered to be the highest quality, whereas self-reported data (or crowd-sourced) is the lowest quality.

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  • Key questions to ask when choosing your compensation data sources
  • High-level benefits and risks of each type of compensation data
  • How formal compensation surveys work and what criteria you should use when evaluating a new survey
  • The challenges associated with using crowd-sourced data as your main data source


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