Rose Stanley is a senior practice leader and serves as a spokesperson and ambassador for WorldatWork representing the association in public forums on matters of professional knowledge/expertise, while developing and sustaining relationships with subject matter experts, other professionals and academics.
She is a subject matter expert in the disciplines of work-life, recognition and total rewards, maintaining a wide-ranging understanding of practices across the profession. She is responsible for keeping abreast of changes in the total rewards profession, watching trends and identifying the hot topics important to reward practitioners.
She helps to identify, develop, manage, and grow relationships of critical importance to the association, and as a subject matter expert, helps support WorldatWork's products, events, and initiatives, while serving as an internal consultant and collaborative partner.
She is engaged with total rewards professionals through authoring articles, blogging, media interviews, and social media platforms, actively working with other subject matter experts to advance thought leadership, while identifying current and anticipated future issues and challenges that are important to rewards professionals.
Other responsibilities include content selection for the annual WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference and Exhibition and Future of Work Forum, as well as serving as staff liaison to the Work-Life Advisory Council.
Prior to joining WorldatWork, Stanley was employed with Circle K for more than nine years where she designed and implemented total rewards programs.
Stanley serves as a spokesperson for WorldatWork. She has been quoted extensively in numerous publications including USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, Inc. magazine, CNN Money, KTAR-AM, and many human resources trade publications.
Stanley is a regular blogger for WorldatWork Post and Huffington Post.
Certified Compensation Professional (CCP)
Certified Benefits Professional (CBP)
Work-Life Certified Professional (WLCP)
Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS)
Education: B.S. in personnel management from Arizona State University
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