Comp 101 Bootcamp: Your Guide to Creating and Implementing a Competitive Pay Program - on CD
A well-organized pay program is more important than ever in the years following the height of the Great Recession. Budgets are smaller, compensation programs are challenged, employers are being forced to do more with less, and new laws and regulations are adding fuel to the fire.
The United States may have avoided the Fiscal Cliff, but payroll taxes have increased. While the two percent jump may not seem like that much in the grand scheme of things, employees may notice their wages go down, even if it’s by just a relatively small amount. In addition to the payroll tax hike, the proposed Paycheck Fairness Act, which addresses gender-based compensation disparities, may be reintroduced into Congress this year.
These are just some of the issues organizations are facing as they determine pay scales and compensation programs. In order to keep up with other employers, as well as to keep and retain your best employees, it's a must for you to be up to date on the latest laws and trends so you can remain competitive.
Participate in this interactive extended webinar, and you'll learn:
- The importance of taking a combined approach on job descriptions and job analysis
- How to successfully evaluate a job’s worth
- Tips for developing comprehensive, competitive, and compliant compensation programs
- How to tell if pay-for-performance is right for your organization
- How to create an effective executive rewards program that works for you organization’s needs
- And much, much more
About your presenters:
Kurt Fichthorn of Hay Group focuses on the areas of rewards, employee benefits, and compensation, with an emphasis on valuing and communicating executive total remuneration. In his 35-plus year career, he has worked with the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors, across every major industry to help them insightfully solve a diverse set of business challenges. Combining actuarial and benefits experience with his knowledge of executive compensation, Mr. Fichthorn brings a unique perspective to understanding how a client's current reward practice aligns with their business strategy.
Lori Glasgall, owner and founder of Integrated Compensation Solutions, Inc., has over 26 years of experience in the field of compensation including over 18 years of consulting experience and eight years of corporate experience. Ms. Glasgall’s background includes a wide range of compensation design initiatives including the evaluation, design and implementation of a variety of base pay, variable pay, international compensation, and performance management programs.
Brooke Green is a Principal with Hay Group, where she provides consulting advice and implementation assistance to clients with compensation support needs. Her particular focus is on the design, communication, and execution of broad-based compensation programs within public, private, and nonprofit organizations.
Attorney Mary Topliff, founded the Law Offices of Mary L. Topliff in San Francisco in 1997, after practicing civil and employment litigation for 9 years. The firm specializes in employment law counseling, training, and compliance focusing on practical solutions to avoid costly legal issues. She has advised many organizations regarding overtime exemption analyses and strategies for minimizing the risk.