Good business decisions require good data, and that’s one of the areas that HR has historically struggled. Not that HR hasn’t provided reams of reports on performance distributions, compensation change percent and time to hire, but are those really the information needed to make better business decisions? With HR moving from tactical resource to strategic mover and shaker the time of status reporting is past. HR must be able to answer cause and effect questions that are more predictive than reactive. Industry experts will review the areas that must be improved to create HR metrics that can stand side-by-side with the numbers from Finance, Product Development and Sales.
Global Payroll is not a Myth. It’s a Journey. Learn how a strategic roadmap is the key that will open the door to your successful global payroll journey. Join Global Payroll veteran Rich Pikowski as he takes you through his own global payroll journey. Rich is a strategic, global HR leader with extensive, high impact service delivery experience covering payroll, benefits, data management, compensation, policies, budgeting and risk management who has led transformational initiatives in each of these areas. Global payroll is complicated but with the proper planning across a company’s global organization, challenges can be overcome and fragmented processes can be transformed into a standardized system of record.
This session will be valuable to those who want to understand best practice analytic, quantitative and communication approaches to in market pricing. This would include compensation analysts, managers or human resources personnel who will need to discuss, defend or communicate compensation policy within the organization.
We will provide an overview of assessing the quality of survey data, matching your job to market and using an Excel spreadsheet to analyze data. We will discuss the quality of surveys, Antitrust Guidelines, technical aspects of compensation analysis along with ways of adjusting or interpreting data in a fair and equitable way. Finally, we will discuss ways of looking at the implications for your organization and how to present your findings to managers and incumbents.