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Webinar - Unique Salary Benchmarking In the Financial Sector and Other Technology Applications

  • 28 Apr 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Strategies for Evaluating Talent, Reward and Performance

Presented by Rob Northway, Partner, McLagan | Aon Hewitt

April 28, 2016 

Live Webinar- Open to our OCCABA Members:   12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

The competition for talent has become more diverse, complex and volatile.

As firms continue to evolve their human capital systems to adapt to this new environment, HR teams need to have their finger on the pulse of market data and trends.  Having a comprehensive approach to benchmarking performance and rewards has become a key component in aligning the human capital strategy with your business strategy. In this session Rob Northway of McLagan, a division of Aon Hewitt will cover:

·         What are the current approaches to market benchmarking?

·         Strategies to benchmark complex/hybrid roles

·         Evolution of the “peer group”

·         How to extract the most value out of the results

At the conclusion of this session, you will leave with the most recent market insights as to how to better obtain and use market data to assist in enhancing your human resources platform.

Rob Northway is the head of McLagan’s consumer banking and global real estate practice at McLagan a division of Aon Hewitt’s Talent, Reward and Performance (TRP) group. Mr. Northway advises clients on the design of compensation programs; market-share and performance issues to better align the human capital strategy with business objectives. He oversees the annual compensation and performance benchmarking analysis for consumer, retail and small business banking and credit cards. In addition, he manages the residential mortgage banking and commercial real estate compensation surveys, both of which are sponsored by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).

Mr. Northway joined McLagan in 2004 and has executed consulting engagements for major U.S. and foreign institutions located in the U.S., Canada and the Middle East.

Mr. Northway is a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association and has spoken at multiple Mortgage Bankers Association Accounting, Tax and Financial Analysis conferences, the Human Capital Symposium and the American Credit Union Mortgage Association Annual Convention.  He has published articles related to incentive plan design, regulatory issues and compensation trends in Mortgage Banking Magazine and ACUMA Pipeline newsletter.


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