West Toronto: IN-PERSON Annual Business Meeting and Clarifying your Employee Value Proposition

Date and Time

Starts:05/10/2023 5:30 PM

Ends:05/10/2023 8:30 PM

Registration Closes:05/03/2023 8:00 AM

Event Type: Annual Business Meeting

1.5 CPD Hour(s)

Weston Golf & Country Club 50 St. Phillips Rd. Etobicoke, ON


HRPA Members: Free or Optional $5 Donation | Student Non-members with Promo Code: Free | Non-Members: $50

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Additional Information

Online registration is required.  A $35 + tax “no show/late cancellation” fee will be charged if cancellation is not provided to chaptercancellations@hrpa.ca at least 3 business days in advance. Registrations will not be accepted at the door.

5:30 PM   Registration and Networking
6:00 PM   ABM
6:30 PM   Dinner
7:00 PM   Speaker Presentation
8:30 PM   Event Concludes

Event Sponsor

Organizations are facing extreme pressures due to labor shortages, higher attrition, and rising salaries fueled by inflation. You can't compete with everybody on everything! Organizations must be thoughtful and planned on how they will attract and retain the talented people they require. This begins by clarifying your employee value proposition. In this pragmatic presentation you will learn how to put in place a plan to move from current state to a desired Employee Value Proposition.

The session will help HR professionals understand key decision criteria that will support establishing an Employee Value Proposition that differentiates their organization. It will support their ability to influence and advise senior management on a planned and strategic approach to attracting and retaining the talented employees required by the organization. They will also be able to identify the key implications for people managers and how they can support and enable managers to be successful in implementing and championing an employee value proposition.

  1. Understand the difference between Employee Value Proposition and Compensation Philosophy.
  2. Review four EVP models and the pros/cons and implications of each approach.
  3. Understand the considerations for implementing each of the four approaches.
  4. Review a high-level roadmap that will start you on the journey to a desired EVP for your organization.

A “no show/late cancellation” fee will be charged if cancellation is not provided to chaptercancellations@hrpa.ca at least 3 business days in advance.

Registrations will NOT be accepted at the door.

Registration Difficulties or Questions: Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator Tracey Gallacher at tgallacher@hrpa.ca  

Learning & Giving Back!  As suggested by HRPA members and as part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, HRPA has identified Indspire and Black Youth Helpline as recommended charities. Should you wish to support please select the $5 donation option upon checkout. Thank you!

Speaker bio(s)
Mike D’Amico

With over 25 years of HR experience with publicly traded, privately held, and not-for profit organizations, Mike has in-depth experience tying HR program design to business strategy as the top HR executive at several Canadian organizations. He has extensive background designing, developing and implementing HR strategies and programs and assisting organizations implement best practice HR initiatives.
Mike brings a strong background in Leadership Development, Talent Management, Compensation, and Organizational Effectiveness. He is the independent advisor to numerous Boards and HR & Compensation Committees. Mike combines strong business acumen from his experience as a member of executive leadership teams with deep experience and expertise in HR and Talent Management to help organization put in place strategic human capital programs that support and enable business success.

Alison Delorme, Senior Human Resources Consultant

Alison is a Senior Consultant in our Total Rewards practice. Bringing more than 20 years of progressive experience in Human Resources, she is well equipped in successfully executing total rewards strategies and programs in a range of sectors, including municipality, technology, resources, and financial services. Alison also has extensive experience working with publicly listed companies and the associated requisite governance and regulatory filings. She has provided expert advice & counsel in all aspects of total rewards including broad based employee, sales, investment, executive, and equity compensation. Alison also has deep knowledge and experience in implementation, maintenance, and optimization of HRIS and Talent Management systems. Her experience also encompasses the development and leading other HR programs, such as succession planning, talent reviews and performance management. Alison’s strengths include building relationships, understanding broader business challenges, identifying process improvements, and working with Senior Leadership to help execute Strategies.