The Total Rewards Committee of Cleveland SHRM in collaboration with the NE Ohio Chapter of ISCEBS is please to present Evolving Reward Approaches for a New World of Work.
As the competition for talent continues to grow, employers must get creative and evolve their approach to rewards for the new world of work. This event will provide you with innovative strategies to leverage your total rewards package to improve your ability to attract and retain talent. You will hear from experts about research and analytics to drive your total rewards strategy. Top NEO employers will share unique strategies they’ve implemented to stand out and compete for talent. You will also get insights into the future of total rewards.
Christa Manning, Director Human Capital Management Innovation for Ultimate Software
Remuneration, Recognition, and Realization: Total Rewards in the Age of AI. Research-based insights on the latest trends in the labor market and solutions to compensate for contributions and support people in the workplace that affect how work gets done, people get paid, and the overall impact these changes are having on retention and reputations.
Pete DeBellis, Research Leader Total Rewards for Bersin, Deloitte Consulting, LLP
High-Impact Rewards: Surveying Employee Preferences for Rewards
Bersin’s High-Impact Rewards (HIR) research highlights how top-performing companies are placing the employee at the center of everything they do with respect to their rewards offerings. This session will help HR and rewards leaders think about how they currently capture the voice of their rewards customer – the employee – and will explore the use of broad survey instruments to investigate employee needs and wants in the rewards domain.
Employer Panel: Innovative Strategies for Attracting and Retaining Talent through Total Rewards
Cindy Torres Essell, Director of Human Resources, Heinen’s Grocery Store
Jenifer Hochevar, Director of HR, The Reserves Network
Sam Falletta, CEO, Incept
Danielle Hanna, Human Resources Manager, Cleveland Foundation
Meghan Tilton, Talent Acquisition Team Lead, Hyland Software
Thursday, September 12, 2019
8:00 - 8:30 am - Registration & Networking
(Continental breakfast provided)
8:30 - 11:45 am - Program
Corporate College East
4400 Richmond Road
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
FREE - Chapter Members
(Use code: NEOCEBS)
$75 - Non-Members
Please click here to register.
Cleveland SHRM Chapter Administrator
CE Credit Information
This program qualifies for 3.5 CEBS Compliance credits.
Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information.
Approved for 3.25 HRCI
Approved for 3.0 SHRM PDCs.