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Webinar: Driving Optimal Results through Individual/Team Performance-Based Incentive Compensation Plans

Why You Should Attend: HR/Compensation professionals who desire to implement compensation plans that enhance the top and bottom of their organization’s income and expense statements.

Attendees will receive 1.00 SHRM PDC for attending.

Date: Thursday, October 13, 2020

Time: 2 PM to 3 PM (Central Time)

Duration: 60 minutes

Description: This presentation teaches HR/Compensation Professionals how to drive financial results to the next level by providing at-risk incentive/bonus dollars to more employees through the development of individual/team performance-based incentive compensation plans.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Provide some case examples where these plans have been implemented and the positive impact to the organization and its employees.
  2. Understand the components needed to build individual/team performance-based incentive compensation plans.
  3. Walk through a couple of real examples and provide insights on developing reasonable and stretching performance metrics for each position.
  4. Realize how these plans create positive lasting organizational change.

Who will benefit: All HR Executives, HR Directors, Department Heads, Compensation Managers, and Senior Level HR Leaders

Instructor Profile: Bruce Johanson is a co-owner of the Johanson Group and DB Squared. Johanson Group has been providing HR/Management Consulting since 1973 and DB Squared was established in 2005 to offer licensed compensation management and job description software programs. Bruce is a senior human resources executive with more than thirty years of human resources/compensation consulting experience working with public, private, government and non-profit organizations. He and his twin brother have specialized in compensation management over the past twenty years.

Bruce has an MBA from the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas and is a past instructor at Arkansas Tech University, University of Arkansas and Webster University. He taught business related courses at these institutions. Both he and his brother have presented at several local and regional SHRM conferences.