Halton: CANCELLED 04.08.20 How to treat everyone equitably – but also pay for performance


Date and Time

Starts:04/08/2020 6:00 PM

Ends:04/08/2020 8:45 PM

Event Type: Meeting - Dinner

1.5 Hours Hour(s)

Location:
Oakville Conference Centre 2515 Wyecroft Rd., Oakville Oakville, ON

Price:

HRPA Members:
$45 + Taxes
Non-Members:
$55 + Taxes
Students:
$25 + Taxes

Availability

Additional Information

6:00pm: Registration and Networking
6:30pm: Dinner
7:15pm: Speaker presentation
8:45 pm: Event Concludes

Event Sponsor


Registration opens March 23, 2020

 

Three topics will be covered in a 90 minute session, featuring mini-case studies to illustrate "lessons learned" and Q&A periods. 

A brief introduction on key requirements to establish internal equity will be reviewed.  That is: what things does an HR professional have to have, to have a foundation of equity? 

This includes a high level overview of practices in job analysis/descriptions and job evaluation.  These topics are of great interest to HR and business professionals as the time and investment into these areas is significant and often doesn't offer a lot of value.  How often have you heard someone say: "I just really love to write job descriptions"?" 

Once a foundation is established though: how can an organization also have a pay for performance culture and drive engagement and high performers to do more? This is the fundamental challenge of pay for performance programs: treating everyone the same, but treating everyone uniquely!  We will have a deeper dive into what pay for performance can include, cultural challenge in the workplace and best practices in pay for performance program design.

Key learning objectives include:

  • what a good foundation for equity looks like:  job documentation and job evaluation
  • what job evaluation is and how it should be used in multiple applications in an organization (i.e. pay equity, organization design, internal equity, career pathing )
  • how pay for performance can drive employee engagement and key "prerequisites" for an organization to consider before implementing a pay for performance program

Speaker bio(s)
Speaker Deirdre Chong Smith

Deirdre Chong Smith, CHRP, CHRL, Principal consultant

Deirdre Chong Smith, CHRL is a consultant in Korn Ferry's advisory services division based in Toronto, Canada.

She works with clients on various projects related to reward programs and specializes in the interpretation of compensation information to provide solutions for compensation related issues, pay equity compliance, job evaluation and compensation framework design. In addition, she works with organizations from a diversity and inclusion perspective.

She seeks to add value by providing insight to support clients’ business decisions.