Compensation planning is critical in a normal labor market, but it is especially so now as we experience fundamental changes in workforce trends. With an accelerated shift to a hybrid workforce—". . . 83% of workers reported that they prefer a hybrid model where they can work remotely at least 25% of the time" (Reclaim.ai Blog, Mar 2, 2022)—it is important for small and medium-size businesses to understand how they can engage workers and stay competitive.
Terri Rasters and Kristin Russum, Talent & Organizational Management Directors at TriNet, will lead a critical conversation where you'll hear about the impact of a shifting workforce on pay trends, and what you should consider as you re-evaluate compensation strategies for your business. Then, get your questions answered during Q&A.
How the great resignation and a job seeker's market is driving a reassessment of compensation
Ideas to consider when your organization cannot match inflation
Sustained impact of a hybrid workforce on pay practices, particularly with remote work and geographically distributed workers
How compensation can support DE&I in a sustainable way
How to develop a compensation philosophy that aligns with your business strategy and culture
Terri is a Senior Consultant, HR Strategy for TriNet based in the San Francisco East Bay area. She joined TriNet in 2018, bringing over 25 years of experience managing the Human Resources and payroll departments for small-medium size employers in the wholesale grocery, computer hardware and software sales industry. Her passion is helping leaders translate organizational initiatives into actionable workforce strategies, and the metrics to measure their success.
Kristin is an experienced human resources leader partnering with C-level executives to build and drive a culture of accountability and high performance, coupled with appreciation and recognition. She has over 20 years of professional HR experience leading businesses through change management initiatives and human capital development challenges.
Prior to joining TriNet HR Corporation, Kristin served as a director of Human Resources with rapid-growth B2B and B2C companies within the Financial Services, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Technology and wholesale sale industries. Her key areas of expertise are identifying and implementing best in class HR and people practices, leadership development and succession planning.
Kristin obtained her BS degree in Accounting and Economics from Louisiana Christian University and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the Society for Human Resource Management.