GVCSHRM – 9/20/12 Program details:
Top Five Points to Consider Before Moving to a Pay for Performance Program (or Wondering Why Your Current Program Isn’t Working Well)
This event is hosted by the Genesee Valley Chapter of SHRM. This program has been pre-approved for 1.5 General recertification credits by the HR Certification Institute.
Many organizations are thinking about shifting to a Pay for Performance Program but are unsure how to create this type of plan or if it would really work in their culture. Other organizations have implemented such programs and are finding that they are not working as well as they expected. This session will identify and elaborate on the key considerations which are necessary for success. Participants are encouraged to bring questions since time will be allocated to address questions and share successes and concerns.
By the end of this session, participants will:
- Understand the key considerations for a successful Pay for Performance Program.
- Recognize that this type of pay system must be part of a holistic process supporting a shift to a performance based culture.
- Recognize the importance of managers’ support and ongoing actions.
- Appreciate the importance of timing of the implementation.
- Understand that this type of pay system is not right for every organization and every classification of employee.
Betty Richardson has held key executive roles in human resources for more than twenty years. Her experience includes all aspects of design, training, and administration of human resource programs for start-up businesses through Fortune 500 companies as well as not-for-profit organizations. Her in-depth human resources background in varying types and sizes of organizations provides Betty with a strong foundation to deliver needed results that are customized for each client.
Prior to establishing Rewarding Solutions in 1997, Betty was the Director, Corporate Compensation Planning and Development for Eastman Kodak Company. She was responsible for the benchmarking and design of all pay-related plans for individual business units and ventures as well as for company-wide programs. This included all base pay, bonus, commission, incentive, and recognition plans for the numerous and varied businesses. Before that, Betty was the Manager, Compensation, Benefits, and Information at Harris Corporation/RF Communications.
Betty has achieved the “Certified Compensation Professional” designation from WorldatWork and has assisted numerous clients in the design and successful implementation of Pay for Performance programs and other types of compensation plans.
Meeting Agenda for Thursday 9/20/12 PLEASE NOTE NEW TIME
This event will be held at the RIT Inn & Conference Center
7:30-8:00AM Networking and Registration
SHRM Members $25
SHRM Members in Transition $10
Non-SHRM Members $35