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Compensation Conference

Deep dive into an array of compensation topics that affect your whole staff including pay parity, pay-for-success compensation philosophies, building employee value props, and more.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/23/2017
When: Friday, June 23, 2017
8:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Where: Space Generously Donated by: Wells Fargo
333 Market Street, Annex Building
Connections, 2nd Floor, Clementine Room
San Francisco 94105
United States
Contact: 415-291-1992


Online registration is available until: 6/23/2017
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REGISTRATION:

NCHRA MEMBERS $365 / GENERAL $443    BRING A COLLEAGUE FOR $222!

Bring your colleague! Registration is buy one get one 50% off! Groups of 3 or more, 30% discount. 

Qualifies for 4.75 HRCI General Recertification Credits / 4.75 SHRM PDCs
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SUMMARY
Do you have competitive compensation plans that help retain your company's biggest asset - your people? People are your biggest asset and compensation is your biggest spend. How are you delivering value? Deep dive into an array of compensation topics that affect your whole staff including pay parity, pay-for-success compensation philosophies, building employee value props, and more.

FULL AGENDA
8:00 – 8:20am Registration

8:20am Conference Kick-off

8:30am – 9:30am Trends, Best Practices and the Real World of Pay
Presented by Dan Walter, President/CEO, Performensation
Based on headlines, you might think every company has changed every aspect of pay in just the past few years. Hot "trends" and best practices seem to include pay transparency, the demise of performance reviews, movement away from base pay and to variable pay, extension of the post-termination life of equity compensation and much more. This opening session will separate ideas from actions and hopes from realities. We will also look out three, five and ten years to address where we may really be headed. Find out where best practices are evolving into "next practices" (and what's likely to stay pretty much the same). Learn about the one trend and best practice that is part of every successful company's DNA.

9:30 - 9:45am Break

9:45 – 11:00am New Rules of The Employee Value Proposition
Presented by David J Kovacovich , Business Development Director, BI WORLDWIDE
Together we will be creating an Employee Value Proposition, determining a strategy to capture workforce knowledge to build your EVP, and covering how to implement Technology/Programs (to Communicate and Measure your EVP). We will work on the ability to consolidate, automate and measure compensation offerings and use technology to combine HR programs with internal communication, PR and marketing. We will discuss strengthening organizational culture, employee retention and company desirability (recruitment). Develop an ability to turn program conception into technology application.

11:00 – 11:15am Break

11:15am – 12:30pm The Millennial Influence
Presented by Tim Silvera, Founder, Optimum Comp Advantage (Formerly HUB International)
Examine findings from special millennial compensation and performance study. We will understand what’s important to the millennial generation and adopt a pay-for-success compensation philosophy and strategies. Discover essential compensation and performance practices for today workforce.

12:30 – 1:30pm Lunch

1:30 – 2:45pm TBD

2:45 – 3:00pm Break

3:00 – 4:00pm Panel Discussion on Pay Parity
Panelists will be covering how to determine if there is a pay parity issue at your company. If there is, what you looking at and how are you working to address it? Learn about how you can add other benefits to round out your offering or look at total rewards and other approaches. Panelists will address what can be done today to avoid a visit from the EEOC tomorrow. Panelists include:

·       Tim Silvera, Founder, Optimum Comp Advantage

·       Cathy Goonetilleke, Partner, People Advisory Service, EY

·       Rebecca Morris, Sr. Compensation Analyst, Human Resources, SAP Americas


ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

> Dan Walter, President & CEO, Performensation
Dan is a Certified Equity Professional (CEP) and has provided solutions for equity and performance-based compensation for more than 18 years and is considered one of the compensation industry’s “go-to” experts on the topic of equity compensation. He is also available as a dynamic, engaging speaker who uses expertise and humor to provide innovative and practical solutions.

Dan has extensive experience with both executive and broad-based programs with an emphasis on the design and management of performance share and units.

Performensation assists public and private companies of all sizes with a focus on the “not Fortune 1000”. He creates effective, company-specific solutions paired with post-consultation support. Expertise includes diagnosis of issues, plan design, communication, administration best practices and reporting solutions.

Dan founded Equity Compensation Experts (ECE). He is a Board Member for the NCEO and an award winning member of the NASPP and the founder of Equity Compensation Experts, a free networking group.

 

> Tim Silveria is a total rewards expert with over 25 years of corporate and consulting experience with extensive experience in designing and implementing simple and essential compensation and performance practices for today's workforce and better business results.  Expertise includes executive and broad-based compensation, variable pay design, performance management and sales compensation. Tim’s experience spans domestic as well as global compensation in high-tech, life sciences, medical device, manufacturing, energy, mining, retail, outsourcing, healthcare and many other industries.


> Dave Kovacovich serves as a Business Development Director at BI Worldwide. He presented at the NCHRA regional meetings in 2012, 2013 and 2014 and is also a member of the SHRM Social Media Team ( https://blog.shrm.org// ). Dave's mission is to educate HR Pros on business strategy, individual development and the ability to scale Human Capital Management technology to measure Employee Program success.


> Cathy Goonetilleke, Partner, People Advisory Service, EY
Cathy is a Partner in Ernst & Young’s People Advisory Services practice and focuses on HR strategy, risk management, compliance and operational efficiency. She primarily concentrates on global rewards, risk and internal controls, HR and payroll efficiency and mobility issues. She is a Certified Public Accountant in California. Cathy also co-leads EY’s Equal Pay offering. More specifically, Cathy’s experience includes:
► Designing tax-efficient and competitive long-term and short-term incentive programs for senior management and broad-based groups
► Analyzing compensation and benefit programs for cost and process efficiencies
► Identifying opportunities to mitigate HR risk and further improve HR processes and systems
► Reviewing the compensation levels and underlying policies and processes to address Equal Pay globally
► Analyzing the tax implications for expatriate programs for large multinational organizations


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