February Chapter Meeting
February 9 @ 7:45 am - 9:00 am$10 – $15
Compensation Trends, Predictions, & Strategies
No matter what industry or commerce sector a business operates in, compensation is a hot topic for both employers and employees. It has a large influence on other employment areas, such as attracting talent, fostering engagement, and retention. Part of building a sustainable and successful compensation strategy is understanding the standards and trends within the industry, applicable legal regulations, and geographical demands. This presentation will focus on compensation trends, predictions, and strategies for 2021, based on extensive research and consulting observations. Topics will include an overview of any recent national and local compensation related legislation, as well as impacts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learning Objectives – As a result of this program, attendees will be able to:
1. Identify compensation trends and predictions for their organization
2. Learn recent FLSA legislative changes regarding compensation and impacts on their organization
3. Understand the COVID-19 pandemic impact on compensation as organizations begin or continue to emerge from the crisis
4. Apply best compensation practices to ensure top talent attraction, engagement, and retention
Approved for 1.0 SHRM credit
Pending approval for 1.0 HRCI General credit
As the Human Resource Consulting Practice Leader, Paul Jeffers is responsible for the development, delivery, and growth strategy of CCI’s HR Consulting practice, which includes building strong client relationships, identifying and analyzing client needs, providing innovative and strategic HR solutions, and ensuring superior service delivery. Prior to joining CCI Consulting, Paul held senior HR leadership roles with leading global organizations including ERM, EMC Corporation, SunGard Data Systems, JP Morgan Chase, and Ernst and Young. He has defined and implemented HR strategies to respond to virtually every aspect of the organizational lifecycle, from high growth to consolidation and closure.
Known for his approachable, calm demeanor and strategic business insight, Paul quickly develops strong, collaborative relationships to provide clients with seamless support in areas such as risk mitigation, third party HR support, and best practices implementation. Paul holds a master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Widener University and a bachelor’s degree in Business from La Salle University. He has served as a member of several advisory boards in higher education and tech start-up organizations.
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Registration closes on Monday, February 8, at 5 pm.
Late or morning-of registration will not be available. The program will be presented virtually, and the login information will be sent out by or on Monday evening.
If you don’t receive the login information or have trouble accessing the program, please email ProfDevelopment@LancasterSHRM.org .