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    Total Rewards Checkup

    Date: May 19, 2022, 12:00pm
    $10 ILFVSHRM members or members of another SHRM chapter; $15 non-members
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    Total Rewards Checkup – What legacy practices no longer work?

    Many organizations have had to make short-term stop-gap decisions on pay and/or benefits to adapt to these turbulent times. This session is an opportunity to step back and review your organization’s current total rewards programs to ensure that costs align with employee and organizational goals. Our session facilitators will explore emerging market trends, practices and methods to help you decide what changes are needed for 2023.

    We are looking forward to this being a robust interactive session.

    Get to know our panel:

    Bob Lemke

    Director, Human Capital Services, Grant Thornton LLP.

    As one of Grant Thornton LLP’s human capital practice leaders, Bob advises boards and senior leadership on the strategic, governance, and technical aspects of executive and employee rewards. Bob’s corporate and client experiences span over 25 years as a total rewards and human resources leader. Bob earned his master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Illinois State University and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP).

    Jordan Benish

    Manager – Human Capital Services, Grant Thornton LLP. Jordan is a manager in the Human Capital Services practice of Grant Thornton. She has extensive experience analyzing executive and broad-based compensation, as well as creating peer groups, financial performance development and evaluation, balanced scorecards and associated tools. She has designed short and long-term incentive plans for nonprofit, private, and public companies and evaluated quantitative and qualitative performance management programs. Jordan is a subject matter expert for tax technical issues in executive and broad-based compensation, such as Section 162m, Section 280G, and Section 4960. Jordan is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of MN and earned her Master of Science in Accountancy from the University of St. Thomas.

    ​Studying for the SHRM certification exam? This session relates to Focus Area #5 - Total Rewards (TR). Total Rewards is the design and implementation of compensation systems and benefit packages used to attract and retain employees.

    This meeting has been approved for 1 HR General recertification credit and 1 SHRM recertification credit.