The tools you need to attract
and retain the best people
Your employees are the face of your credit union. To attract and retain the best employees, you need to provide competitive salaries and attractive compensation packages. Compease gives you the tools to confidently administer salaries in your organization.
Why choose Compease?
Compease provides employers with the tools, information, and consulting needed to manage salary administration with ease and confidence. The system is user-friendly and generates actionable reports.
Compease was designed to help credit unions ensure their salary ranges are market-competitive and will allow them to attract and retain top talent. Compease uses the best market data to determine salary ranges for key employees. It uses an effective algorithm to determine salary ranges for your unique hybrid positions, and shows you which employees you should be most concerned about losing, based on a combination of performance reviews and pay structure.
Job evaluation system
Eight compensable factors allow easy job comparisons, including unique hybrid positions.
Salary grades and ranges
Supports up to 24 salary grades, with extensive salary data specific to industry, size and geographic location.
Merit increase planning>
Individual merit increase guidelines are developed and projected for the entire organization, especially for top employees that need to move through their salary range faster.
Extensive reporting capabilities include compa-ratios and current/projected salaries for individuals.
Annual salary data updates ensure your compensation plan remains competitive.
Compease includes proforma job descriptions.
Compensation consulting expertise
Customized salary data analysis and plan development by a certified compensation consulting specialist.
Onsite implementation and training
We come to you!
Ready to see Compease in action?
We'd be pleased to show you exactly how Compease can provide you with the tools to manage your organization's salary administration. Contact us today for a no-obligation demonstration.