Compensation and Planning For the Future


Our next free TLNT webinar is coming up on Thursday August 18, 2011. Join TLNT contributor Ann Bares and some of her Compensation Café bloggers to talk about Compensation and Planning for the Future.

This webinar will feature three members of the Compensation Café blogging team – Ann Bares, Jim Brennan and Laura Schroeder – joining forces to examine where compensation practice is headed in the next year and beyond.

The group will begin with a rundown of 2012 projections, based on new research from WorldatWork and others, for salary increases and other elements of compensation. Given the increasingly fluid and fast changing environment organizations today face, we’ll take a look at how the compensation planning and budgeting process can be made more dynamic.

Beyond the “science”” and hard numbers available for next year’s plans, we’ll also step back and take a look at some broader realities, challenges and trends – sharing our thoughts about what they mean for the “art” of designing and managing effective compensation programs in 2012 and beyond.

Expect to take away:

  • High level data on 2012 projections for salary increases, as well as plans and practices in other areas and elements of compensation.
  • Ideas and tips on how to make the compensation planning and budgeting process more dynamic.
  • Perspectives on the compensation management realities and challenges looking to and beyond 2012, and advice on how we can best position ourselves to meet them.

This hour-long webinar is on Thursday August 18 at 2 pm Eastern, 11 am Pacific time. It’s free, and you can get one (1) hour of HRCI credit for this session, as well.

Make sure you join Ann Bares and her Compensation Café colleagues Jim Brennan and Laura Schroeder for this timely and insightful presentation.

Register for this FREE webinar here.

  • Joe Blattner

    This sounds like it will be an resourceful webinar! Letting my contacts at COMPackage Total Benefit Statements know about it, thanks!

  • Reena Gupta

    I’d try to listen, as well. Thanks :)