Kenexa (NYSE:KNXA), a global provider of business solutions for human resources.
Will lead an educational session, “Compensation, Fix Employee Pay! When Compensation Professionals are Asked to Address Low Scores on Employee Surveys” and participate in a panel discussion, “Why Is Compensation Foundational to a Great People Strategy?” during WorldatWork’
Total Rewards 2012 will be held from Monday, May 21 through Wednesday, May 23.
“Why Is Compensation Foundational to a Great People Strategy?” will take place on Tuesday, May 22 from 8:00 to 9:15 a.m.
“Compensation, Fix Employee Pay! When Compensation Professionals are Asked to Address Low Scores on Employee Surveys” will take place on Tuesday, May 22 from 9:45 to 11:00 a.m. and on Wednesday, May 23 from 9:15 to 10:30 a.m.
Total Rewards 2012 Conference & Exposition
Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center
600 West Osceola Parkway
Kenexa will be exhibiting at Booth No. 301
“Why Is Compensation Foundational to a Great People Strategy?”
Compensation and rewards continue to be one of the main reasons employees join organizations. And the transparency of pay practices and perception of fair pay influence employee engagement even more than actual pay. The relative importance of compensation versus other aspects of the employer’s value proposition makes the link between pay and employee engagement undeniable.
During this session, Dr. Jack Wiley, founder and president of the Kenexa High Performance Institute, and Zahir Ladhani, president of Kenexa’s Compensation Business Unit, will join other industry experts in a panel discussion of how compensation serves as a pillar of any successful people strategy. Attendees of this session will learn how compensation can be more than just a set of tactical activities; the role of compensation in employee motivation and engagement; and how to defend continued investment in times of economic volatility.
“Compensation, Fix Employee Pay! When Compensation Professionals are Asked to Address Low Scores on Employee Surveys”
Almost every employee survey has a question about how satisfied they are with some aspects of the total rewards package. But how can companies address low scores on the surveys? During this session, Leo Brajkovich, vice president of Strategic Accounts, and Mark Szypko, managing director of International Compensation, of Kenexa join representatives from the Boeing Company to discuss how the organization responded to the results of its employee opinion survey.
The panel will also share normative data on employees’ feelings of total rewards and explain why employee perception about their pay is so important. By exploring Boeing’s analysis and actions, participants will gain an understanding of how to analyze employee perceptions beyond a low score in an employee survey question.
The 2012 WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference is designed to help organizations find new ways to help recover from the recession, with a key focus on attracting, motivating and retaining the best talent. Conference attendees are encouraged to visit Kenexa at booth no. 301 where the company’s talent acquisition and talent management experts will be available to showcase and demo Kenexa’s innovative integrated technology and services.
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Kenexa (NYSE: KNXA) helps drive HR and business outcomes through its unique combination of technology, content and services. Enabling organizations to optimize their workforces since 1987, Kenexa’s integrated talent acquisition and talent management solutions have touched the lives of more than 110 million people. Additional information about Kenexa and its global products and services can be accessed at http://www.kenexa.com. Follow Kenexa on Twitter: @kenexa.