Unique Benchmarking Tactics for Defining Jobs and The Competitive Labor Market
NEW: Non-OCCABA member may register for $30.
FREE for OCCABA members.
October 25, 2018, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (Pacific Time)
Despite the abundance of published surveys, we are often asked to develop a market rate for a “hybrid” job. These are jobs that are specific to our organization and/or specific to an individual’s skill set. And of course, they are not represented in our surveys. In this session, we will discuss how to approach this situation.
We will also explore how we can think about jobs as new skills are required by the enterprise and work is redefined.
Director, Talent & Rewards
Lindsay Wiggins is a Senior Consultant in Willis Towers Watson's Southern California Compensation Practice. For the past thirty years, she has assisted organizations in designing human resources and compensation programs that support business performance.
Lindsay is responsible for managing and conducting client assignments in the development of human resources and reward strategies, development of global job frameworks and salary structures, salary administration, performance management, and related human resources programs. She is also responsible for business development and client management activities. She consults to a variety of industries including retail, manufacturing, distribution/logistics, financial services and healthcare/life sciences.
In addition to her consulting role, Lindsay is a leader in the organization’s efforts in job analysis for determining FLSA status and pay equity.
Lindsay holds a B.A. degree from the University of Southern California and is a Certified Compensation Professional with World at Work. Lindsay has been an instructor at UCLA and Cal State University, Northridge for Compensation and Benefits Planning.
Mark ChenMark Chen is a Senior Consultant in Willis Towers Watson’s Executive Compensation practice. Based in the Los Angeles office, he performs financial and competitive benchmarking assessments in support of client assignments in Executive Compensation and outside director compensation. Mark’s recent projects include.
Director, Executive Compensation
■ Short- and long-term incentive program design
■ CD&A development
■ Tally sheets and wealth accumulation assessments
■ Pay-for-performance assessments
■ Analyses of executive and outside director compensation practices and trends
In his 14 years of Executive Compensation consulting experience, Mark has assisted clients in a wide range of industries, including U.S.-based Japanese subsidiaries, technology, financial services, casino gaming and leisure, health and medical devices, manufacturing, real estate, supply chain logistics and transportation.
Mark was appointed to Towers Watson’s Executive Compensation Guiding Principles initiative, which is focused on clarifying and affirming our Executive Compensation practice’s perspectives, approaches, guidelines and key considerations in support of effective design, governance, management and administration of Executive Compensation programs.
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