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October 2015 Meeting

  • October 13, 2015
  • 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Wellstar Health System Development Center

Registration

  • This meeting is hosted by Mercer (AACA sponsor) and is free to both AACA members and guests.

Registration is closed

NOTE: New Meeting Location for October 13, 2015 Meeting

 

Please join us on October 13, 2015 for a great opportunity to network and exchange ideas with your peers.

We are partnering with Mercer for a great panel discussion.

2015 has seen some interesting developments in the compensation arena, from FLSA changes to the Pay Ratio legislation, all with the backdrop of a growing economy and low unemployment rates. Companies are more focused than ever on balancing compensation programs with a pay–for–performance culture, all while trying to attract, develop and retain talent from 4 generations. Join Mercer for a roundtable discussion to address the following key trends and evolving issues:

  • Recent findings from several Mercer studies, including the annual compensation planning study
  • FLSA, Pay Ratio and other legislative actions
  • The move away from annual performance reviews by GE and others and the implications for compensation planning and administration
  • Best practices in sales compensation
  • The merging of career development and compensation in Career Frameworks
8:00 am -
8:30 am -
8:30 am
10:30 am
Registration, Breakfast
Discussion


LOCATION: This meeting will take place at the Wellstar Health System Development Center located at 2000 South Park Place, Atlanta, Georgia 30339.

You may register for the meeting at our website on this website under the "Meeting Registration" link. This event is free to both AACA members and guests. 

Note: Attendance at an AACA meeting meets requirements for WorldatWork recertification credit.

We hope to see you there!

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