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We have a Richardson, TX client that is looking for a Sr Compensation Analyst.
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Direct-hire Sr Compensation Analyst Opportunity With a Great Company in Richardson, TXSenior Compensation Analyst
General Summary: The Compensation Analyst is responsible for the analysis, program administration and implementation of compensation programs consistent with the goals and objectives of the company. Provides advanced consultative technical expertise, guidance and recommendations on base pay management and incentive programs. Communicates Compensation knowledge and practices to HR team members and other employees, including executive management.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
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