Total Rewards Track at CAHR19
As the future of work continues to unfold and eolve, so too must your ability to stsay competitive with compelling, sustainable, and effective rewards structures. Through this specialized track, gain new insights to leverage benefits and compensation offerings to improve organizational performance, retain the best employees and elevate your employer’s brand to attract the best talent.
Our Total Rewards track is designed to help make your life – and work – easier. For convenience, we’ve gathered up all of our Total Rewards sessions below. Find the right sessions for you, then register to attend today to save $50!
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Explore our Total Rewards Track speakers and sessions below, and don’t forget to register for CAHR19! Prices increase this Wednesday, July 31.
Stefan Gaertner – Monday 8/26, 11:15am – 12:30pm
Eliminating pay inequities based on gender, race, ethnicity and other protected statuses is the most important compensation challenge of our time. And pay equity analyses can be used for a whole lot more than just predicting and adjusting pay levels for individuals — they can provide a window into the inner working of your compensation system and reveal the very practices that bring about pay inequality to begin with. This workshop is designed to make the case for why it is a business imperative, help attendees get their organization started with a pay equity analysis or take your current review a step further. Plan for engaging and interactive session with real- life case studies presented.
Stefan Gaertner is Partner at Aon.
Terri McGray – Monday 8/26, 2:00pm – 3:15pm
Terri McGray is President at Longevity Capital Management LLC.
Greg Arnold & Margaret Hylas – Monday 8/26, 4:00pm – 5:15pm
Learn how a strategic, structured, and thorough approach to compensation program design can optimize your organization’s performance, streamline processes, and help drive individual and corporate performance. This session will be led by two experts who have designed and implemented compensation programs and incentive designs at companies ranging in size from start-ups with less than fifty people to Fortune 100 organizations with thousands of employees.
This session will address:
1) What are the basics of setting up a compensation structure, including defining a pay strategy and philosophy that supports the company’s business strategy?
Greg Arnold is Principal at Semler Brossy Consulting Group.
Lindsay Bailey & Kaleana Quibell – Tuesday 8/27, 11:00am – 12:30pm
Lindsay Bailey is Founder at FitPros.
Jon Ingham – Tuesday 8/27, 2:00pm – 3:15pm
Jon Ingham is Author and Consultant at Strategic Dynamics.
Marina Galatro – Tuesday 8/27, 2:00pm – 3:15pm ☀️Sunshine Session☀️
As the paid sick leave law wave continues to ripple across the country, companies are looking at ways to meet or exceed the now more than 40 different paid sick leave laws. The idea of unlimited PTO is still splashing through HR professionals’ minds as an alternative way to beat the explosion of paid sick leave laws and as a way to attract and retain talent. Need to go to Hawaii for five weeks? Yes, go — it’s paid time off! Need a “mental health” day or two (or five)? Why not — it’s paid time off! No questions asked. But before implementing such a program, is it too much of a good thing? Will it improve morale and work-life balance or will it cause fear within the organization? Is it a true total rewards element that attracts and retains top talent? What about employees who need an extended medical leave of absence? Are they paid for the full leave duration? “Unlimited” may not really mean without limits. Attend this session to learn what you should know and consider before transforming your total rewards strategy to include an unlimited paid time off program.
Marina Galatro is Sr. HR Consultant at Gallagher .
Noma Bruton, Scott Ripley & Rachel Tilman – Tuesday 8/27, 4:00pm – 5:15pm
Our expert panel consists of an HR executive, employee benefits consultant, and a licensed psychotherapist. Each will share a unique perspective on mental health in the workplace as well as perform an interactive role play highlighting real-life scenarios faced by HR professionals.
Noma Bruton is Principal at Sagacity HR.
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