Please join your local CFMA Chapter for a presentation on the components of a total rewards strategy, including compensation and benefits.
With an increasing number of baby boomers retiring over the next five to seven years and a "birth dearth" of sixteen to twenty-four year old’s, the coming workforce crisis will present challenging times and will demand that organizations actively take steps to ensure they have the right talent in place.
In order for organizations to remain competitive, companies must aggressively pursue talent to increase productivity and profitability, leveraging human capital to maintain a competitive advantage.
To meet this challenge, companies, regardless of industry and size, must craft a clear and compelling strategy for implementing a well thought-out total reward/compensation plan to attract, retain and motivate key talent.
This total reward strategy should integrate key components including:
- Total compensation
- Work-life balance
- Training, career and personal growth opportunities (World at Work Model)
These core components are critical for an organization to survive and thrive into today’s complex and challenging business climate.
- Cole Dunlap – Lockton – Account Executive, VP – Executive Benefits Practice
- Jessica Stephan – Lockton – Practice Leader, SVP – Retirement Practice
- Tyler Mertel – Lockton – Account Executive, AVP – Health & Welfare
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Place: Grand Street Cafe, 4740 Grand Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri, 64112
Time: 7:30am - 9:00am (7:30am – coffee, 7:45am – breakfast, 8:00 – presentation)
Cost: $30 for members / $35 for non-members
RSVP: Please register online at http://cafe.cfma.org/KansasCity/RecentCommunityEventsDashboard
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