Join Dan Walter at the NCHRA Compensation Conference on June 23, 2017 in San Francisco, CA. He will be speaking on the topic of: Trends, Best Practices and the Real World of Pay.
WHEN: Friday, June 23, 2017
8:00 AM until 4:00 PM
WHERE: 333 Market Street, Annex Building
2nd Floor, Clementine Room
San Francisco 94105
COMPENSATION CONFERENCE AGENDA
8:20am Conference Kick-off
8:30am – 9:30am Trends, Best Practices and the Real World of Pay
Presented by Dan Walter, President/CEO, Performensation
Based on headlines, you might think every company has changed every aspect of pay in just the past few years. Hot “trends” and best practices seem to include pay transparency, the demise of performance reviews, movement away from base pay and to variable pay, extension of the post-termination life of equity compensation and much more.
9:45 – 11:00am New Rules of The Employee Value Proposition
Presented by David J Kovacovich , Business Development Director, BI WORLDWIDE
Together we will be creating an Employee Value Proposition, determining a strategy to capture workforce knowledge to build your EVP, and covering how to implement Technology/Programs (to Communicate and Measure your EVP). We will work on the ability to consolidate, automate and measure compensation offerings and use technology to combine HR programs with internal communication, PR and marketing. We will discuss strengthening organizational culture, employee retention and company desirability (recruitment).
11:15am – 12:30pm The Millennial Influence
Presented by Tim Silvera, Founder, Optimum Comp Advantage (Formerly HUB International)
Examine findings from special millennial compensation and performance study. We will understand what’s important to the millennial generation and adopt a pay-for-success compensation philosophy and strategies. Discover essential compensation and performance practices for today workforce.
12:30 – 1:30pm Networking Lunch Provided
1:30 – 2:45pm Culture, Comp & Cookie Cutters
Presented by Deb Peters, SPHR, Senior Manager-Corporate Benefits, Ancestry.com
We’re moving beyond the familiar ‘attract, retain, motivate & be market-competitive’ philosophy. We will examine and discuss how to develop a comp philosophy, probe basic culture attributes and organization values, and leverage the comp philosophy to forge an organization culture we seek.
3:00 – 4:00pm Panel Discussion on Pay Parity
Panelists will be covering how to determine if there is a pay parity issue at your company. If there is, what you looking at and how are you working to address it? Learn about how you can add other benefits to round out your offering or look at total rewards and other approaches. Panelists will address what can be done today to avoid a visit from the EEOC tomorrow. Panelists include:
· Tim Silvera, Founder, Optimum Comp Advantage
· Cathy Goonetilleke, Partner, People Advisory Service, EY
· Rebecca Morris, Sr. Compensation Analyst, Human Resources, SAP Americas