2017 Texas Total Rewards Conference
The Texas Total Rewards Conference features two days of educational sessions presented by several of the top minds in total rewards.
Where big ideas begin
Human resources professionals in total rewards, compensation, executive compensation, sales compensation, work-life effectiveness, and benefits will gather to network, learn new ideas, and explore unique solutions.
Rewards for Contingent Talent
September 14, 8:45 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
Contingent, contract and part-time workers make up almost one-third of today's workforce with the majority of executives expecting to increase that employee segment in the next three to five years. As the contingent talent segment grows in importance and size, businesses are forced to rethink how to attract, engage and reward the best people from this expanding talent pool. This presentation will provide you insights into contingent talent trends and forecasts, rewards strategy concepts and alternatives as well global tax compliance implications.
2017 Global Job Architecture Survey Results
September 14, 2:20 p.m.–3:20 p.m.
As organizations grow, both organically and through mergers and acquisitions activity, many face challenges related to inconsistent use of job titles, complex and outdated job leveling, lack of transparent career-pathing, and inadequate governance to manage consistent job classification. This panel will share the results of Deloitte’s 2017 Global Job Architecture Survey, including leading market practices on job architecture strategy and design approach, how other organizations are titling and leveling their jobs, and leading market practices on global job titling and local/domestic pressure to modify job titles.
2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends: Rewriting the rules for the digital age
Organizations face a radically shifting context for the workforce, the workplace, and the world of work. Our survey of more than 10,000 business and HR leaders from 140 countries reveals 10 areas for businesses to focus on to better organize, manage, develop, and align people at work.
The future of the workforce: Critical drivers and challenges
Technology, globalization, demographics, social values, and the changing personal expectations of workforce participants, in particular Millennials, have had an effusive impact on the talent landscape, disrupting business models and radically changing who, where, when, and how work is done.
Job architecture: Laying the building blocks for effective human capital workforce management
At the core of human capital strategy, you'll often find job architecture; it affects key talent programs such as recruiting, learning and development, and performance management—and not always in a good way. When job architecture is outdated, workforce management can become more about reacting than planning. People practices may no longer meet changing business needs for workforce flexibility or mobility, or help people understand their development opportunities and career advancement.
Assessing risk in incentive compensation plans
While incentives can be powerful tools to properly align employees with the achievement of the company’s objectives, boards of directors should consider whether there is a process in place to identify and mitigate the potential risks of incentive programs. Risk assessments need to be conducted annually, comprehensively, and holistically.
Global employer services
Uncertainty, issue convergence, and factors beyond your control will continue to transform marketplaces, government, and business in the foreseeable future. Understanding the issues, how they impact your company, and what to do about it enables you to use those changes to your advantage.
Deloitte’s Global Employer Services practice offers a spectrum of services to assist global organizations in their efforts to proactively address the challenges of the global compensation process and payroll compliance environment for their mobile workforce.