February 28, 2017 at 2PM EST
Questions about internal equity and external competitiveness are often the driving forces in discussions with employees about compensation. And with recent research from Aptitude Research Partners showing that compensation, and employees’ perceptions of their compensation, rank as the most influential factors in employee engagement and retention, your organization’s compensation philosophy is more important to your bottom line than ever before.
For current employees and potential future candidates, if compensation is not viewed as fair and equitable, it can lay a foundation of mistrust that will eat away at even the most forward-thinking culture and strongest brand. Yet just 38% of respondents to the Aptitude study said they had a formal process in place to address pay equity issues – meaning more than half of respondents are missing an opportunity to increase engagement dramatically.
Join us on February 28th as Co-Founder and CEO of Aptitude Research, Mollie Lombardi, shares her latest research on how organizations can put pay equity front and center to not only create a better employee experience, but also deliver better business results including lower turnover, improved quality of hire, and greater levels of engagement and productivity. Katie Stukowski from Salary.com will also be on hand to share how her clients are embracing tools to help address pay equity in their organizations.
- How compensation and communication affect employee engagement, productivity, and business results
- Why internal equity and external competitiveness are two sides of the same coin when it comes to compensation
- Why developing internal processes to address pay equity are top of mind for HR leaders
- How top-performing HR organizations are leveraging compensation analytics to find and address pay inequities