Building Your Compensation Data Library


Learn how to build out your compensation data library so you effectively analyze target pay markets, match and price jobs, and keep pay in your organization competitive and equitable.

In today’s talent landscape, compensation data is more important than ever. Whether you’re focused on recruiting talent from new talent pools, pricing new and emerging hot jobs, analyzing internal pay practices, or simply conducting an annual market review, data is a critical part of the compensation decision-making process. But with so much data available in the market, how do you know what data is right for your business? Where do you get this data? And how can you best leverage the data in your library to ensure compensation program success?

Join expert presenters from to discuss how to build and manage a best-in-class compensation data library. This session reveals the different data sources that you need in your data library, outline how to assess the data accuracy and validity of the sources you choose, and detail how to collect the data you need – both from third-party sources and from inside your organization. This webinar will share tips for how to keep your data updated, how to analyze the data sources your company uses now for gaps, and how to understand the implications of year-over-year changes in your data.

You’ll learn:

  • How to make the most of your data budget and select the right data sources your business
  • How to assess the data coverage of your sources and confirm you have the right scopes, cuts, and breakouts for your pricing needs
  • How to price new, emerging, and specialized hot jobs that don’t exist in traditional data sources
  • How to measure the effects of year-over-year changes in your data sources
  • How to retrieve internal data, ensure its accuracy, and keep it updated

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Katie Stukowski

Senior Solutions Consultant |

Katie Stukowski has been with for over seven years. Currently a Senior Solutions Consultant, Katie has contributed to the organization by using her compensation and system expertise to work closely with current clients and help contribute to the development of’s data and product portfolio. Katie earned a B.A. in Communications from Purdue University and has achieved a WorldatWork Certified Compensation Professional® designation (CCP®).

Sarah Reynolds

Vice President of Marketing |

Sarah Reynolds is vice president of marketing at, where she works closely with’s data and product teams to deliver innovative solutions that help clients supercharge compensation’s impact on their organizations. A founder of’s Ideas Lab, Sarah is passionate about incorporating customer feedback into design and development cycles that inspire new ways of thinking about compensation and pay equity. Sarah has more than five years of experience in the compensation and HCM technology market, and prior to joining in 2016, held strategic marketing roles at Kronos, MindMax and Analog Devices. Sarah holds Bachelor of Arts degrees from Hamilton College in Classical Studies and History and is currently pursuing her WorldatWork Certified Compensation Professional® (CCP®) designation.

Greg Wolf

Managing Principal |

Greg has more than 25 years of combined human resource practitioner and consulting experience. He prides himself in creating and maintaining long-lasting relationships with clients to provide continued support in developing solutions to meet their unique challenges now and in the future. Before joining Compdata, Greg spent 14 years as Sr. Consultant and Reward Practice Leader with Hay Group where he worked with organizations in a broad spectrum of industries, both public and private sector, locally and globally. He also consults with organizations on total compensation projects such as compensation philosophy development, implementation strategies, benefits analysis among others. Prior to that, he served in human resource and operations management positions with Hallmark Cards for 17 years. Greg has an M.B.A. in Management. Areas of expertise include strategic guidance to clients in all areas of total rewards consulting. Greg employs a broad-based approach to compensation consulting to ensure he develops effective plans to meet his clients’ specific needs.

Dane Sinn

Senior Consultant |

Dane has almost 20 years of project management, organizational leadership, and total rewards experience. Areas of total rewards expertise include developing job documentation, competitive pay and benefits analysis, designing pay programs to meet client’s organizational objectives, and pay administration. Prior to joining the consulting division, Dane held a leading role in survey operations with Compdata Surveys. He holds a Master’s degree and the Certified Compensation Professional certification from WorldatWork. Dane is a published author and speaker on various total rewards topics. His published works include 5 Steps to Revamp Your Compensation Plan, which made WorldatWork's 2012 Top 10 List for most accessed Workspan articles, and “Sabotaging Your Total Rewards Programs?” in the May 2017 issue of Workspan.

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