Doing More with Less: Maximizing Limited Compensation Resources in 2013
Employers across all industry sectors, frustrated by the tenuous economic recovery, are continuing to approach compensation planning with an eye towards getting the best return on their organization’s investment in compensation expenditures.
With sustained pressure on salary growth, but the continued need to find and retain key talent, organizations are struggling with whether their pay programs need tweaking — or whether more fundamental changes are required, because the current economic environment may really be our “new normal.”
On November 14, 2012 from noon to 1:30 p.m. ET, Pearl Meyer & Partners’ employee pay experts, Managing Director Jim Hudner and Vice President Aria Glasgow will present a complimentary webcast titled “Doing More with Less: Maximizing Limited Compensation Resources in 2013” which will provide practical guidance on the steps needed to ensure your compensation program is prepared for the current environment and beyond. The presentation will include data from PM&P’s newly released 2013 Compensation Planning Survey.
We invite you to gain an expanded understanding of practices and issues including:
Organizations’ top compensation priorities for 2013
Differentiating pay for higher performers
The growing importance of bonus/incentive plans
How to manage salaries in an era of low merit increase budgets
And more approaches to making the most of limited resources.
Additionally, the Webcast will feature online polling that will enable attendees to get up- to-the- minute insight on what their peers are doing and make their own voice heard.
Live Event Code: WEB1230
On-Demand Event Code: WEB1230-PLAYBACK
90 Minute Recorded Event
Prices are subject to change without notice. All sales are non-refundable. Access to the Live Event is limited to the first 800 participants so be sure to log on up to 15 minutes prior to the event start time. The Live Event includes access to playback for 90 days. Access to the On-Demand Webinar is available two business days following the Live Event.
Jim Hudner, Managing Director, Pearl Meyer & Partners
Jim Hudner, a Managing Director in the Boston office of compensation consultancy Pearl Meyer & Partners, has consulted for over 20 years on a broad range of compensation issues. He advises clients in total compensation strategy, compensation planning, base salary management, incentive plan design, executive compensation and performance management. Over his career, Mr. Hudner’s primary focus has been on the assessment, design, implementation and communication of compensation programs covering broad-based employee populations. He holds a B.A. from Boston College and an MBA from Babson College. Mr. Hudner is an experienced speaker on a variety of compensation topics and has contributed to industry publications.
Aria Glasgow, Vice President, Pearl Meyer & Partners
Aria Glasgow, a Vice President in the Boston office of compensation consultancy Pearl Meyer & Partners, specializes in broad-based compensation design for employees at all levels, variable pay design, total compensation competitive analysis, performance management, compensation communication and total rewards program design. Ms. Glasgow’s clients represent a variety of industries including financial services, not-for-profit, technology, healthcare, retail, and professional services. Ms. Glasgow holds an MBA from Babson College and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Ms. Glasgow is a Certified Compensation Professional and a member of WorldatWork. Ms. Glasgow speaks at professional conferences and has written for industry publications.
Who Should Register
This presentation will be of interest to compensation practitioners responsible for ensuring that their organization’s compensation programs are effectively aligned with and support their organization’s mission and strategic objectives.
How to Register
Register Online Above
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