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    Rewards: More than just Money "What’s an Employer to Do?"

    Date: April 7, 2015, 7:30am – 10:00am
    The Derryfield, 625 North Mammoth Road, Manchester, NH
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    Total Rewards is more than compensation and benefits. In today’s work environment employees are seeking flexible work schedules, increased abilities to master new learnings and the autonomy to make a difference. In our multigenerational workforce, what is important to one generation may not be so important to another. By 2020, it is estimated that 50% of the workforce will consist of the Gen Ys and the last of the Baby Boomers will be beyond double nickels.  Human Resource professionals are challenged to find that competitive mix of salary, benefits and work/life programs within the organization’s own cultural uniqueness in order to attract and retain a productive workforce.

    In this presentation you will learn:

    • to define the concept of Total Rewards

    • various considerations when developing, designing and implementing a total rewards program

    • to consider benchmarks when evaluating a total reward program

    • to align statutory requirements with cultural considerations and organizational philosophies

    • that communicating the program to the employee population increases success

    Join us on Tuesday, April 7th for an opportunity to learn more about Total Rewards! Sign up now on our website:

    About our Presenter:  Bill Irvine, M.Ed., Irvine Consulting Group, LLC

    Bill has over 30 years of Human Resource experiences. Prior to creating Irvine Consulting Group in 2007 with his wife, Jean, he was VP of Human Resources at a large NH based Healthcare organization; Bill actively develops Senior Executives and Directors in succession planning and leadership. His coaching practice focuses on aligning organizational core values, purpose and principles with performance expectations of the individual contributor. He teaches Principles of Human Resource Management, Corporate Social Responsible Leadership, Total Rewards (Compensation and Benefits), Business Leadership and Human Organizational Behavior on the graduate level.   He provides leadership development and training programs on various subjects including teams, communications, performance management and customer service. He enjoys speaking at professional meetings and has served on community boards of trustees.   Bill’s areas of expertise include Career assessment, Team building, Leadership coaching, Facilitation, Performance management, Supervisory Development, Behavioral Interviewing, Compensation programs, Change Management, and HR Compliance.


    Don’t forget to bring your donation of Arts & Crafts items – crayons, colored pencils, craft kits, beads, glue, colored paper to help support the Boys & Girls Club!