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[caption id="attachment_16454" align="aligncenter" width="249"] Kamsa, a product of CultivatePeople[/caption] CultivatePeople has launched a global compensation software for companies to pay their employees fairly and competitively against the market. The new software, Kamsa (Korean for "appreciation"), uses machine learning to help organizations manage employee pay, close pay gaps, and establish equal pay for equal work. CEO and...

The new software product, Kamsa, from Lola Han's startup provides global market compensation data to companies that need help establishing equal pay for equal work. CultivatePeople is releasing a new product called Kamsa, a compensation software that uses machine learning to establish equal pay for employees. The three-year old company was founded by its...

This unprecedented time during the COVID-19 pandemic has turned HR processes on their head and companies are having to adjust quickly. In these extraordinary times, companies need to revisit compensation programs to prepare for the future. Reassessing job levels, reviewing spans of control, and planning for compensation review should be...

We’re all navigating a new normal. We curated a list of HR resources and their sources to support your organization during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll be updating this throughout the coming weeks! Lars Schmidt, Amplify: Coronavirus HR Comms & Resource Guide Drs, Scientist and reporters covering COVID-19 Podcast -...

What is Job Leveling? Job leveling is a vital foundation for reward and talent management programs. Career paths, compensation, learning and development, performance management, and workforce planning, all stem from a comprehensive job leveling process. Today, companies and startups struggle with job leveling due to lack of resources (i.e., time). With endless...

DCA Live celebrates great women who are emerging powerhouses in the DC area tech community. The group includes founders, C-level execs, investors, engineers and others who are making great contributions to our local tech ecosystem. This new list of Power Women of Tech of 2019 includes: Lola Han, CultivatePeople Kelly O'Malley, Georgetown Venture...