Compright provides a modern way to streamline your compensation planning process. A comprehensive tool that automates and simplifies your own variation of base pay, bonus, and stock plans. Generate customized reward statements to show your employees their total compensation. Empower your managers with decision-making tools to reduce subconscious biases and budget violations. Highly flexible to create and adjust your global compensation plans, budgets, rules, equations, and alerts to fit your company needs. Easy to use platform that reduces the learning curve for your Managers. With Compright, you can do more than just replacing spreadsheets.
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