Member Since: 20th Jan 2016
Ruth Thomas is a founder and Senior Consultant at Curo. With over 20 years of Global HR and reward management experience in the financial services sector she has international expertise in the management of compensation processes and the design of pay and benefit structures, salary progression systems and management incentive plans. Her corporate experience includes Lloyds TSB Group, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Dow Jones Group and Credit Suisse.
Curo offers world-class compensation planning solutions with a unique blend of consulting and technology at a compelling price point. Our focus is compensation and we provide best in class functionality that allows organisations to streamline their compensation processes whilst gaining oversight and control over compensation cost. Curo's technology is highly configurable and automated with dynamic analytical and reporting tools that allows users to integrate compensation data with business and individual performance metrics.
Senior Consultant Curo Compensation Limited
30th Apr 2021
Are your pay policies genuinely treating all employees equally?
There is an assumption that pay policies treat all employees fairly and equitably. However, in reality, everyday pay practices – as in how...Culture
11th Jun 2020
How HR can address ethnicity pay gaps now
I was due to fly to Minneapolis this week, the core of current anti-racism unrest, where George Floyd was brutally killed less than 14 days...Change
28th May 2020
What role does pay equity play in the Covid-19 crisis?
At the start of 2020 many organisations were engaging actively in the conversation of diversity, inclusion and equal pay. A survey from...Business
12th Nov 2018
Pay as an engagement tool: time for a rethink?
Salary incentives have historically been used as a way of boosting employee performance, but do increasing economic pressures mean...Retention
15th Nov 2017
The ‘datafication’ of HR – how will this impact reward?
To date, those of you who have adopted compensation management technology have probably done so to gain operational efficiency. Reducing...Retention
21st Dec 2016
The seven deadly sins of compensation: are bonuses a waste of money?
There’s a chill in the air as the ‘comp season’ descends upon us once again. Most organisations are probably now already working on...Culture
19th Feb 2016
If performance management is under attack – what’s the impact for performance related pay?
The effectiveness of the traditional format of the annual performance review is being questioned with a number of high-profile companies -...Culture