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Getting Smart About Compensation: How to Know If You’re Doing It Right

Getting Smart About Compensation: How to Know If You’re Doing It Right

Compensation is a core component of the employee experience, which itself is core to all of the stuff that really matters… like engagement, satisfaction, retention, and performance. These are the things that an organization relies on to succeed, because businesses don’t create value, people do. Our approach to comp is critical to our organization's success, yet all too often we're not really all that disciplined about it. And all too often we fail to recognize just how important it is. It's time to change all that.

In this webinar we'll arm you with solid economic evidence of the organizational impact of compensation, giving you crucial ammunition you can use to go advocate for a more disciplined approach. We'll also go into the practical steps you can take to step up your own approach to comp by building a comp strategy, implementing a market-based pay structure, building pay ranges, training managers, and so much more.

  • Economic evidence of the impact of compensation on an org
  • How to advocate for a disciplined comp approach
  • Practical steps to up your approach to building a comp strategy
  • How to implement a market-based pay structure
About the speakers
Camie Bailey

Implementation Manager at PayScale

Camie Bailey is an Implementation Manager at PayScale. She has worked with hundreds of companies over the years implementing compensation software. She has a passion for helping organizations learn how to leverage HR technology so they can spend more time nurturing their organization's culture and communication. When Camie is not in comp mode, she is in mom mode enjoying everything that comes with being a mother of two teenage boys and a feisty Scottish Terrier.

Rusty Lindquist

VP of Thought Leadership at BambooHR

Rusty is the Vice President of Strategic HR Insights at BambooHR, where he studies the intersection of organizational behavior, business, and HR strategy. Before that, he spent 18 years as head of product in technology companies in the learning and development, and technology industries. Rusty is also a writer and public speaker, focused on human performance engineering.

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