Compensation and Benefits (Total Rewards) Strategies (HR Professionals)

Stacey Carroll, Bonnie Pang
 
 
Speakers:  Stacey Carroll; Bonnie Pang
 
Date:  September 14, 2017     Time:  8:30am - 11:30am
 
Location:  Hawaii Employers Council
 
 
In this session, we’ll talk about the importance of designing or updating your company’s Total Rewards Strategy. This session will be interactive and informative, with opportunities to share ideas and best practices with your colleagues.  Your presenters will share information about the necessary components of your strategy, getting senior leadership buy-in and executing programs in alignment with your strategy.  The foundation will focus on keys to designing your Total Rewards Strategy, specifically:
 
  • Ways to identify the right strategies that will support your workforce and business objectives;

 

  • We’ll discuss various strategy designs based on workforce demographics and business lifecycle, and

 

  • Talk about the best practices for getting HR aligned with senior leaders on the strategy.
 
We’ll build upon the foundation by talking about programs and initiatives that will support and reinforce the strategy.  Using real world examples we’ll highlight:
 
  • Best practices for designing compensation and other cash reward program including profit sharing and incentive programs,

 

  • Designing benefit programs that are valued and appreciated by employees, and

 

  • Ideas for programs and initiatives that drive employee engagement without costing a lot of money.
 
We’ll conclude our session by talking about best practices for maintaining alignment between your strategy and programs.  We’ll talk about the top 3 mistakes that companies make that cause their strategies to fail and how to mitigate those risks.
 
You will walk away with a deeper understanding of how to design, implement and measure the success of your Total Rewards Strategy.  Included in this session will be information and tools shared from your presenters, a chance to share best practices with your colleagues and a valuable opportunity to network with other HR professionals.
 
About our Speakers
 
Stacey Carroll is the Sr. Director of Compensation & Benefits for Hawaiian Airlines.  Prior to her work at Hawaiian Airlines she served as President of HR Experts On-Call, Director of Professional Services & Education for PayScale. and various positions within Human Resources for Trendwest Resorts, Nordstrom, and Western Washington University.  Stacey’s specialty areas in HR include:  compensation, benefits, training & development, and strategic human capital management.
 
She earned her BA and MBA from Western Washington University.  Stacey has been certified as a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and as a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP).  In addition to her regular full time responsibilities, Stacey has taught HRM classes for Western Washington University and Tacoma Community College.
 
Bonnie Pang, MBA, is Senior Vice President and Manager for Atlas Benefit Consulting. She has over twenty years of experience in health insurance and employee benefits.  Ms. Pang works with medium and large employers in hospitality, construction, law firms, grocery, retail, restaurant, non-profit, education and Taft-Hartley plans.
 
Ms. Pang is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management - Hawaii (SHRM – Hawaii), the International Foundation of Employer Benefits Plans (IFEBP), and the Hawaii Association of Health Underwriters (HAHU).  She has been a presenter for SHRM-Hawaii, HAHU, the Hawaii Employers Council (HEC), Human Resource Executives (HRE), United Benefit Advisors (UBA), and Hawaii Compensation Group (HICOMP).  She has also participated as a panelist for Hawaii Business’ C-Suite Series and Howard Dicus, and contributed to Hawaii Business Magazine.
 
Atlas Benefit Consulting works with employers to design and manage employee benefit programs including, design, pricing, alternate funding, branded benefit communication, compliance with State and Federal laws, including Health Care Reform and worksite health promotion. With origins dating back to 1929, Atlas Insurance Agency, Inc. is the largest and oldest insurance agency in the State of Hawaii.
 
Atlas has been recognized as a Best Place to Work in Hawaii since 2009 through 2015 and a Healthy Employer since 2014, 2015, and 2016.  Employee Benefit Advisor listed Atlas Employee Benefits as the largest benefit agency in 2015.
 
Atlas is a UBA Partner Agency. United Benefit Advisors (UBA) is the nation’s leading independent employee benefits organization with more than 200 offices in more than 46 states, Canada and the United Kingdom.
 
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2017 HR Professionals - Building the Next Level of Leadership
 
In today’s workplace, it is not enough for HR professionals to maintain the status quo within their departments. Instead of focusing solely on administrative tasks, senior leaders now expect their HR teams to work strategically to support organizational goals.  These teams will struggle to do so, however, if their employees have not developed their skills to advance beyond administrative work.
 
To ensure that both your HR team and your organization remain competitive, it is more important than ever for your HR employees to develop mid- to senior-level competency.  Building on Hawaii Employers Council’s HR Fundamentals certificate training series, we are pleased to announce the 2017 HR Professionals series.  The series, which targets those professionals that already possess the knowledge and skills covered in HR Fundamentals, includes the following session topics:
 

 

 

 
Receive a 20% discount by registering for the entire Series
(total of four sessions; discount taken from the total payment).
 
 

Click here for Brochure / Registration Form.  For information on registration contact Victoria Tasaka at vtasaka@hecouncil.org or phone at 808-440-8888 (neighbor islands call 1-800-392-3589 ext. 822).

 

$  95 - Oahu Members

$  50 - Neighbor Island Members

$175 - Non-Members

 


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