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Metrics and Analytics in Compensation: Patterns of Use and Value

Case study will help you make better, more fact-based rewards decisions!

HR decision-making continues to mature. This is evidenced by a desire to harness ever-increasing and disparate HR data into a consistent methodology for workforce analysis and forecasting; and the types of decisions HR professionals are addressing are slowly moving from operational to strategic. 

When it comes to compensation decision-making, a recent WorldatWork/Mercer survey, “2012 Metrics and Analytics: Patterns of Use and Value”, found that HR professionals too often narrowly rely on benchmarking. Although a majority of respondents indicated that they possess the skill levels to perform more sophisticated analytical techniques, they are not using them. However, when used in combination with benchmarking, more sophisticated analytics allow organizations to make better, more fact-based decisions.

In this informative webinar, we will start by sharing the survey results and implications. Then, we will focus our discussion on practical metrics and analytic tools that compensation professionals can take away and use to employ a broader set of data and causal modeling methods that are powerful enough to address the complexity of the reward decisions with which they are charged. We will use a case study to demonstrate how a broader lens and an analytical approach can strengthen reward programs and their ability to support business objectives.

Register today.  Don’t be left behind as internal labor market analyses and fact-based decision-making become the norm in other areas of HR.

You will take away:

  • Practical metrics you can use to supplement benchmarks for responsible rewards decision making
  • Case study experience that illustrates an analytical approach with focus on results
  • Mercer insights, gained through years of working in compensation and analytics, to supplement the recent results of the WorldatWork-Mercer survey, “2012 Metrics and Analytics: Patterns of Use and Value”.

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Haig Nalbantian is a Senior Partner and Research Leader in Mercer’s Human Capital business. A labor economist and former member of New York University’s faculty of economics, he has been instrumental in developing Mercer’s unique capability to measure the economic impact of Human Capital practices. He is an internationally recognized expert in incentives, human capital measurement and management and their links to organizational performance. He has published widely on these topics in books and articles in leading academic and professional journals.  Haig has worked extensively with leading organizations around the world to help assess and design effective reward systems.
Brian Kelly is a Partner at Mercer and a global leader for Human Capital’s metrics and analytics solutions. He currently serves as the Co-Chair the Institute of Human Resources Workforce Planning & Analytics Working Group and Vice Chair of the Society of Human Resource Professional's (SHRM) workforce metrics taskforce. Prior to Mercer, Brian was the President, North America of Infohrm, a recognized industry leader in workforce reporting, analytics and planning solutions across the globe, prior to the firm's acquisition by SuccessFactors in July 2010.  Brian, a frequent author and presenter at national conferences, is a graduate of Boston College.
Jeanie Adkins is a Partner at Mercer and a U.S. Rewards Segment Co-Leader. She works with clients in developing rewards strategies, and designing and implementing cash compensation plan designs which are consistent with organizational culture, structure and business objectives.  Jeanie’s recent client work includes global leveling, job evaluation and structure design.  Her master's program at Cornell University focused on compensation strategy/human resource strategic planning and included an internship in IBM's Corporate Compensation function. Before returning to graduate school, she served in a variety of human resource positions including compensation manager. She is a frequent speaker on compensation and human resource issues.
Who Should Register  
Compensation professionals and/or those responsible for workforce reporting, metrics or analytics should register for this webinar.
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