The New People Equation: Talent Outlook & Compensation Planning – Webcast

  • RECORDED: 23 October 2017



    In a world where organizational design is changing, turnover is increasing, and workers are demanding more flexibility, how can your organization adapt to the new people equation?

    Trends in Global Talent
    Employee expectations have shifted – and best practices have changed with them. Organizations must invest in order to personalize employee rewards and performance management. Data-driven tools like predictive analytics are allowing organizations to meet the challenges posed by the workforce of the future – but they must be used correctly. Attend to find out how you can leverage new tools to build for an ever-changing future, and ensure your workforce thrives.

    2018 Compensation Survey Results
    Organizations grapple with a workforce that is increasingly demanding flexibility and personalization, organizations must adapt their compensation strategies to ensure they attract and retain top talent. Obtain Mercer’s compensation survey highlights to help inform your 2018 compensation plan.

    The workforce is changing. Is your organization adapting to the new people equation? Attend to find out.


    Our experts will be discussing two recent studies that will provide insight and value as you take your organization into the future.


    Compensation Managers, Compensation Analysts, Human Resources Leaders, Human Resources Directors, and Human Resources Managers.



    Leader of Talent Strategy and Transformation, Mercer Canada
    Ilana Hechter is a Partner and Leader of Talent Strategy and Transformation at Mercer Canada. Ilana brings extensive client experience from across North America and Europe. Ilana's expertise spans all areas of talent strategy and transformation, having led engagements in strategic change, business transformation, leader/employee engagement, organizational culture, and talent management. Ilana is particularly skilled at translating strategy to action by partnering with clients to design and implement people initiatives in support of transformational objectives.


    Career, Mercer Canada
    Allison Griffiths is a Principal in Mercer’s Career business in Toronto. As Leader of the Canadian Workforce Rewards Practice, Allison works with both public and private organizations in Canada to design base salary and short-term incentive programs, develop and implement job evaluation systems (including Mercer's proprietary job evaluation tool, IPE), conduct custom compensation, policies and benefits surveys, and assist organizations with Canadian pay equity compliance.


    Register for Mercer's "The New People Equation: Talent Outlook & Compensation Planning" Webcast
    Date: October 23rd, 2017
    Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)

Webcast details
  • Title: Recorded Webcast: The New People Equation

  • Language: English

Webcast contact
  • For further information regarding this webcast please contact:
  • Alex Traynor
  • @Alex Traynor