Total Reward: Compensation, Benefits and Beyond
Organizations are concerned about how to retain and develop their talent as the business environment improves. Employees have been through tough times with their current companies and when the opportunity comes to move to a new employer the temptation will be strong. Companies that reduced staff in the recession and those that are expanding aggressively into new markets are seeking to attract and retain high quality talent on multiple fronts, in an environment of increasing competition for skilled workers and experienced managers. How are companies successfully addressing this urgent need? What varied factors are important to employee engagement and retention in locations around the world? Companies are talking about Total Rewards as a program to retain and motivate employees but what does it actually mean and how are companies using it?
Managers within global corporations who are responsible for developing and/or implementing the company’s human capital strategies and HR policies will benefit from this webcast. This includes managers in HR, compensation and benefits, finance, planning and related areas.
This two part Knowledge Series will cover:
PART 1: What Do We Mean by "Total Reward"?… view details
11 January, 2011 11:00 AM EST [11:00] | (1 hr)
The first session will provide an overview of Total Reward and current thinking on best practices, including:
- How does it work?
- What are the business benefits?
- What are the steps to implementing Total Reward, including linking elements to business strategy and regional structures?
Hyperion HR Ltd. provides HR and reward consulting services to business leaders and HR Directors. He successfully established Hyperion after leaving Mercer in 2009, following 8 years as a Principal. Prior to joining Mercer Clive was Director... Full Bio
PART 2: Adapting the Concept to the Organization… view details
18 January, 2011 11:00 AM EST [11:00] | (1 hr)
This webcast will include case studies on effective Total Reward from two companies, The Walt Disney Company and Chevron. Our guests will discuss
- Barriers to effectively implementing Total Reward
- First steps to engage the organization and employees
- Assessing results
Keith Busch has been with Disney since 2001. In his current role as Regional Director, Compensation & Benefits, he is responsible for the development, integration, and management of the rewards practices for Disney’s five, diverse, lines... Full Bio
Jos van der Velden
I am Dutch by birth, Canadian by adoption, live in the UK, am married to a Russian, and have children born in Canada, the USA and Russia. I speak two languages fluently, a third passibly and a fourth with effort, and have lived and or worked... Full Bio