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The New People Equation: Talent Outlook and Compensation Planning Event – Halifax Canada
The New People Equation: Talent Outlook & Compensation Planning Event
Calendar14 August 2017

EVENT DETAILS:

Date:  September 14, 2017
Time:  Breakfast & Registration:
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM (AT)
Presentation:
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM (AT)

Contact:   Diane Larocque
Location:  THE DISCOVERY CENTRE
Orientation Gallery and Dome Theatre
1215 Lower Water Street
Halifax (NS) B3J 1Z7
Directions
Access & Parking
Parking is available in surrounding parking lots in the area, including the Halifax Seaport Market, Bishop’s Landing, VIA Rail and The Westin Hotel.

 

OVERVIEW

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?

Come and join us for this breakfast event and you’ll find out how.

WHY ATTEND?

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

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.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

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

SPEAKERS:

 

MASTER OF CEREMONIES:

 

LORI PARK, PARTNER
Halifax Office Leader, Mercer Canada
Lori Park is Mercer’s Atlantic Canada Market Leader, and Office Leader for Halifax. She works with employers, committees, boards of trustees and others on a broad range of issues relating to pension and benefit plans in the public and private sectors. Lori is a lawyer, and while at Mercer she has focused on governance, compliance and risk management.

She frequently writes and presents on topics related to the employment relationship and pension and benefit plans.


 

COMPENSATION PLANNING SPEAKER:

 

IAN CULLWICK, PARTNER
Career, Mercer Canada
Ian Cullwick is a Partner in Mercer’s Ottawa office and specializes in governance effectiveness, total compensation strategy, performance management, and organization design. He is also a noted thought leader and teaches in the Telfer School of Management’s EMBA program. Ian has an MBA from the Ivey Business School, and serves on the Compensation and Performance Standing Committee of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.


 

TALENT TRENDS SPEAKER:

 

CATHERINE COYLE, PRINCIPAL
Career, Mercer Canada
Catherine is a Principal and leader for the Career practice in Mercer’s Ottawa office, and also provides strategic communication support to Mercer’s clients in Atlantic Canada. She has more than 20 years’ experience in internal, HR and organizational communication and change management. Catherine consults with private and public sector clients on strategic communication issues related to a number of areas, including employee benefit and pension programs, wellness, leadership communication, employee engagement and compensation.



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