Compensation in 2022!
All the talk in recent months is the concern for compensating the workforce to keep up with the competition. Multiple surveys are reporting that employers expect to increase their budgets for compensation to higher-than-normal levels due to the change in the economic climate and in particular the inflation worries on everybody’s mind.
Join our panel for a discussion regarding what your organization is doing to combat these concerns in 2022 and potentially in future years.
Our panel members will address the following questions in this networking event:
What budgetary changes have you made to your compensation programs? Are you planning higher than normal merit or promotional budgets? What about market adjustments?
What are you hearing employees are saying about their compensation and how are you addressing these concerns?
Beyond higher-than-normal adjustments, what other actions are you taking on compensation or total rewards? Have you adjusted your compensation philosophy?
How has your Executive Comp budgets changed? Are you seeing mostly concerns related to compensation at the lower position levels or at all levels?
Has your company started talking about possible 2023 salary budget implications?
What experiences is your talent acquisition team having with competitive recruiting?
How does your pay philosophy address remote workers? Are you using geographical differentials or nationwide data cuts (or a combination) when evaluating compensation for the remote workforce?
Have you addressed your pay structures differently to adapt to a remote workforce?
Roger Stein, TaylorMade Golf Company, Compensation Manager & CBA Board Member
Roger is a current Board member for the CBA and has over 25 years of Human Resources experience, with the last 10 years being dedicated solely to Compensation in his role for TaylorMade Golf in Carlsbad. TaylorMade has 1,500 global employees and is a leader in the golf equipment industry.
Jennifer Marlow, HM Electronics (HME), Compensation Manager & CBA Board Member
Jennifer brings 28 years in Human Resource roles in various industries (financial services, renewable energy, secondary education, and electronics manufacturing). The most recent 14 years have been focused specifically on compensation in global organizations.
Bruce Elliott, General Atomics, Senior Compensation Manager
Bruce is currently Manager, Compensation at General Atomics, a defense and technology company. Bruce has 30 years of domestic and international total rewards experience and recently returned to San Diego after 12 years in Washington, DC working for companies including SHRM, Fannie Mae and Total Wine & More.