We have designed our programs to support the development and excellence of the Total Rewards Professional - You. Aligned with WorldatWork, we focus our programs on the Total Rewards practice: compensation, benefits, work-life effectiveness, recognition, performance management and talent management. This integrated approach helps you attract, motivate, retain and engage a talented workforce.

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    • 07/23/2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Terrace at Colorado Center, 2000 S Colorado Blvd, Denver CO 80113
    • 11

    Program Agenda:

    • 11:30 - 12:00 Registration & Networking
    • 12:00 - 1:00 Presenation
    • 1:00 - 1:30 Questions & Networking


    Join Children’s Hospital Colorado (CHCO) on their road trip – as they develop a multi-year roadmap for their Total Rewards programs. CHCO has completed a review of current state pay and benefits programs, a Total Rewards Optimization and the development of a Total Rewards Philosophy with Guiding Principles. To implement the TR Philosophy, CHCO reviewed its programs to ensure they reflect market norms, improve the ROI on workforce investment and support the organization's goals and objectives. A key stop on their road trip was the use of Total Rewards Optimization incorporating employee preferences to answer important questions and then helps you choose how best to allocate pay and benefits investments . Hear how CHCO developed their Total Rewards roadmap as they continue on their road trip.

    Melissa Fisher, PHR, CCP Director, Compensation & Benefits, Children’s Hospital Colorado

    Melissa Fisher is self-proclaimed [total rewards] nerd! Her love of superheroes and Star Wars runs deep in her DNA. Dedication to community service also runs deep as she comes from a long line of teachers and public servants. Melissa shares her family drive for providing service to the community, with over 15 years in human resources with non-profit and public-sector organizations. Throughout her career, Melissa has led teams through strategic planning efforts to ensure alignment between HR and business goals and has implemented new and innovative technologies, motivated teams, and delivered results. Melissa is passionate about making a positive impact on Children’s Hospital Colorado by creating and maintaining rewards programs to support team member needs. Melissa holds a BS in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado and an MS in Management from University of Colorado at Denver. Prior to joining Children’s Hospital Colorado in 2014, she served in HR leadership roles with the City and County of Denver.

    Lindsay Wiggins, Director, Talent & Rewards, Willis Towers Watson

    Lindsay Wiggins is a Senior Consultant in Willis Towers Watson's Southern California Compensation Practice. For the past thirty years, she has assisted organizations in designing human resources and compensation programs that support business performance. Lindsay is responsible for managing and conducting client assignments in the development of human resources and reward strategies, development of global job frameworks and salary structures, salary administration, performance management, and related human resources programs. She is also responsible for business development and client management activities. She consults to a variety of industries including retail, manufacturing, distribution/logistics, financial services and healthcare/life sciences. In addition to her consulting role, Lindsay is a leader in the organization’s efforts in job analysis for determining FLSA status and pay equity. She is a frequent speaker to industry groups and at World@Work’s Pay Equity Symposium on pay equity analyses and the link to broader inclusion and diversity initiatives. Lindsay holds a B.A. degree from the University of Southern California and is a Certified Compensation Professional with World at Work. Lindsay has been an instructor at UCLA and Cal State University, Northridge for Compensation and Benefits Planning.

    • 07/28/2019
    • 07/30/2019
    • Omni Interlocken Hotel | 500 Interlocken Blvd, Broomfield, CO 80021

    Members of RMTRA receives 10% discount!!!

    Join RMTRA members and global thought leaders in a rare opportunity to attend the WorldatWork 2019 Executive Compensation Forum right here in Denver/Broomfield, CO.

    Members of RMTRA get a 10% discount; so sign up today. To register and take advantage of this discount Call WorldatWork CRS 877-951-9191 to sign up, and mention you are a member of RMTRA and provide the code: ECFPROMO2019.

    Stay Ahead of Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation

    With responsibility for executive compensation, you know how important and challenging it is to attract and motivate executive talent. All while being compliant with a host of regulations and keeping your board happy.  In your role, acquiring technical fundamentals was an important first step, but to advance your knowledge, you must also learn how to navigate the complexities that are inherent in executive compensation. As you know, there’s no room to learn by trial and error. That’s why learning from your colleagues’ experiences is invaluable.

    From avoiding common pitfalls and preparing for comp committee meetings to new ideas around incentive design, you’ll learn about the intricacies of executive compensation through an exchange of ideas, experiences, and insight with expert presenters and fellow practitioners.

    The fourth annual WorldatWork 2019 Executive Compensation Forum is your opportunity to connect with and learn from, leading minds in executive compensation for:

    • Stories and lessons from the trenches 
    • Innovative approaches to common exec comp scenarios
    • Insights into compensation committees and meetings 
    • Peer discussions around pressing issues and new best practices  
    • Trends, predictions and the future of exec comp.

    Who Should Attend?

    This event is designed for those who have executive compensation responsibilities, including leaders and practitioners in Total Rewards, human resources, executive compensation or compensation. It is ideal for those who have a handle on exec comp fundamentals but need to grow their expertise on the nuances and soft skills.

    Click here for more information about the event.

    • 08/07/2019
    • 08/08/2019
    • 2 sessions
    • History Colorado Center: 1200 Broadway, Denver, CO, 80203

    Job Analysis, Documentation and Evaluation (C2/GR3)

    Gain Human Resource Job Analysis Skills to Attract and Retain Employees

    The right methods of job analysis, documentation and evaluation will help you attract and retain the talent your organization needs to meet its business goals. In this course, you will review the importance of conducting job analysis in human resources management and discover processes and methods of job analysis to put into practice in your role as an HR professional.

    In this comprehensive HR job analysis course, you will:

    • Review standard practice theory of HR job analysis, documentation and evaluation.
    • Discuss current trends in compensation and job analysis.
    • Learn methods of job evaluation including quantitative and market-based approaches with a focus on quantitative and non-quantitative approaches.
    • Gain skills to strategically approach job analysis planning and implementation.

    This course is for the HR professional with experience in job analysis. However, it is also designed to be accessible to those who seek to broaden their total rewards perspective and gain expertise in the area of HR job analysis.

    To register go to: Course and exam link

    • 08/20/2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Maggiano’s Little Italy (Downtown), 500 Sixteenth Street, Unit 150 Denver, CO 80202
    • 60

    Program Agenda:

    • 11:30 - 12:00 Registration & Networking
    • 12:00 - 1:00 Presentation
    • 1:00 - 1:30 Questions & Networking


    Please join us as we dive into the world of cutting-edge long-term incentive (“LTI”) plan design with the compensation consultants at Alvarez & Marsal. We will begin with some of the basic building blocks of setting up equity programs. Additionally, we will provide case study examples on where public and private companies have been creative in their use of LTI plan designs, and how they evolved their programs to align employee and shareholder interests. Audience members will walk away with an understanding of what makes LTI programs successful and common areas to avoid. While equity provides the best line-of-sight for employees to shareholders, LTI plan design is not a one-size-fits-all for companies. Other topics to be covered include establishing proper performance metrics, alignment with long-term strategy, retirement eligibility, accounting liability, plan valuations, and common misunderstandings.

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