It's definitely true that "one size does not fit all" when it comes to the attraction, engagement and retention of talent.
HR professionals understand there are numerous components that satisfy employee needs including some of the basic items in the HR wheelhouse: compensation and benefits.
While an organization's 'employer brand" is not solely dependent upon benefit offerings, Total Rewards, and the psychological contract created, continues to be as important as culture, the work environment, and the opportunity to do interesting and meaningful work.
Why you should Attend:Do your compensation and benefit offerings (your "Total Rewards") sync up with your employer brand? Do they line up with the rest of your employee experience? Do they. As they should, serve to effectively attract and retain the talent needed to contribute to business success?
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Discuss the degree to which organization are redesigning and/or communicating their overall Total Rewards Strategy/program in order to drive talent attraction, engagement and retention
- Clarify how total Rewards Strategies can be aligned with organizational strategy and employer brand
- Explore ideas for when the organization faces challenges due to budget, industry, or in-house bureaucracy
Who Will Benefit:
- HR Directors
- Managers and Generalist
- Comp and Benefits Managers and Specialists
Robin Schooling is a versatile HR and Recruiting leader, strategist, and advisor with extensive senior level experience in all areas of people operations and human resource management. She’s a certified HR professional and has held VP and Director roles in diverse industries including health care, gaming and hospitality, banking, and manufacturing.
As Head of the HR + People Strategy practice with Peridus Group, a boutique human capital consulting firm, she focuses on designing people strategies that are forward-looking, progressive and human-focused.