Date: October 14, 2021
Time: 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Kenwood Country Club
Now, more than ever, it is important to ensure that your employees know how their pay is determined, and how they’re valued within your organization. Employees are leaving jobs and seeking greener pastures at exponential rates. But the grass may not always be greener on the other side. A recent survey showed that over 60% of employees who are paid at market value actually believe they’re paid below market. If your employees don’t understand the “how”, “where”, and “why” behind their pay, they’re more likely to be dissatisfied and look elsewhere. In this presentation, you’ll learn why it is important to communicate clearly about your organization’s pay policies, and tips for communicating effectively.
- Understand how your employees look at their pay – which may not always be accurate.
- Learn how your conversations can actually make them understand the how and why behind their pay.
- That clearly communicating your organization’s pay policies and practices can go a long way to ensuring employee satisfaction.
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About the Speaker
Jill Langhals: Jill Langhals serves as the Compensation Consultant for ERA, assisting members with market and internal equity reviews, building and updating salary structures, creating bonus plans, and various other issues related to total rewards. Jill joined ERA in May 2021. Prior to that she worked for companies ranging in size from 10 employees to 60,000 and in both the private and public sectors. She has over 18 years of experience, spanning many different industries, including manufacturing and health care. In addition to specializing in compensation, Jill has also held HR generalist roles. This gives her a greater perspective on balancing the desires of the employees with the needs of the business. Jill earned her Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Findlay and is a member of the Columbus Compensation Association.