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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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Don't forget - when you're registering for an event with WorldatWork, be sure to use the code RMTRATR2020 so a portion of your dollars go back to RMTRA - and you'll be entered into our quarterly gift card drawing!

    • 05/26/2021
    • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM (MDT)
    • Virtual - Webinar
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    The year 2020 was marked by turmoil that few organizations could have predicted. COVID-19 invaded seemingly every aspect of our society and economy, creating financial, emotional, physical and social strain for many. To help employees adapt and thrive in this challenging environment, organizations have redoubled their efforts to build sturdier, more effective wellbeing programs. Willis Towers Watson research shows that organizations with higher levels of wellbeing achieve better business outcomes and employees who are financially secure, emotionally balanced, physically well and socially connected are more engaged and productive at work.

    Join Willis Towers Watson for this event sharing our research and insights into:

    • Elevating wellbeing programs

    • Helping create greater employee resilience in challenging times

    • Navigating diverse approaches to wellbeing based on employee and organizational needs

    • Personalizing wellbeing solutions that are meaningful and valuable for employees

    • Making the most of vendor partnerships for a complete experience


      SHRM, HRCI and WorldatWork credits available

      SHRM - 1.25 Credit

      HRCI - 1.25 Specified Credit Hours: HR (General)

      WorldatWork credit approved

                                   

      Speaker Bio

        Regina Ihrke, ASA, MAAA

      Wellbeing Leader – North America

      Background and professional experience

      Regina Ihrke is the North America Wellbeing leader. She has been with WTW for over 20 years, spending the majority of her time in the Retirement and Health and Benefits lines of business. Regina specializes in retirement and health and group benefits, and she has assisted companies throughout the Midwest in a wide variety of industries, including franchise restaurants, financial services, retail, airlines, manufacturing and utilities. Regina’s work experience includes:

      • Helping clients design impactful benefits strategy with financial sustainability and exceptional employee experience

      • Designing wellbeing strategies that address a member’s moment that matters and is fully integrated across the four pillars of solutions, including physical, emotional, financial and social

      • Developing funding and expense policies that best respond to the changing regulatory environment and clients’ business needs

      • Developing network strategies that deliver pay-for-performance models, including high-performing networks, direct contracting and centers of excellence

      • Assisting in developing strategies for labor negotiations, including analyzing the risks and opportunities available from union proposals

      • Performing plan design studies for merging organizations and joint ventures

      • Overseeing clients’ health and welfare plan management, including health maintenance organization renewals, medical RFPs and premium rate setting

      • Developing workforce, health care and retirement benefit strategies

      Education and credentials

      Regina holds a B.S. degree from the University of Illinois. She is the designated signing actuary for her clients and an Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA) and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA).


            Robyn Harmon, MSPH

      Director, Health Management Consulting

      Health and Benefits Practice

      West Region

      Public Health Expert

      Relevant Experience/Specialization

      Robyn is part of the Health Management team for the Willis Towers Watson Human Capital and Benefits Practice. She has more than 17 years of experience in the health and wellness industry. Robyn assists clients in the design of comprehensive health management strategies, including wellbeing solutions, program best practice design, data analysis and interpretation, and vendor selection. She also supports internal professional development of health management capabilities and best practices.

      Prior to joining Willis Towers Watson, Robyn was in the healthcare insurance industry directing, developing, and executing on health and wellness strategies for clients. She has extensive experience evaluating vendor solutions, developing multi-year strategies, and supporting clients to achieve program success. She has presented at national and local conferences, was a UnitedHealthcare spokesperson for local television segments, and presented in national customer webinar series. Robyn also supported public health agency-wide program activities, worked closely with community programs, analyzed and identified public health trends, and was awarded and managed a three-year Kaiser Permanente community-based grant to improve policies and environmental changes that encouraged healthy eating and active living in a CO community.

      Robyn leverages her Masters of Science in Public Health by serving as a Public Health Expert for Willis Towers Watson providing a broad range of expertise on COVID-19. She has contributed to the firm’s intellectual capital related to the COVID-19 pandemic and built strong relationships with vendors who support return to work strategies. Robyn utilizes evidence-based insights, up-to-date information, and best practices to consult with clients to assist them through unique challenges and needs.

      Education and Credentials

      Robyn received her Bachelors of Arts degree in biology from Trinity University and a Master of Science in Public Health degree from the University of South Florida. She has completed the Thriving Workplace Culture certification through SalveoPartners and has served on several committees including the American Heart Association’s Corporate Health Committee and the American Diabetes Association Event Chair.


      • 06/16/2021
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (MDT)
      • Virtual - Webinar
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      This session will focus on our new normal post Pandemic. One of the positive things about 2020 is that organizations embraced (no other choice) working from home or remote work. Some organizations have stated “Our Employees can Work from Anywhere Permanently”! That sounds great on a press release but what is the real impact on Total Rewards. Now your leaders want the ability to recruit talent nationally or globally? We will discuss questions to ask? Compliance challenges? Legal Entities issues? And how to help your leaders manage this new reality! Can your Marketing Leader really work from Puerta Vallarta? And what is the impact to base pay, bonus and equity grants in the future! We will discuss approaches to address these type of challenges as we get ready to return to the office!


                

      Speaker Bio

      Jason Walker and Rey Ramirez– Project Leaders (20+ years of experience at Deloitte, EA, Cisco, Polycom, BMC Software, Cognizant Technology Solutions, BiggerPockets.com, Parsons)

      Please visit our website for clients, experiences and references: www.thrivehrconsulting.com


      • 06/21/2021
      • (MDT)
      • 06/23/2021
      • (MDT)
      • 3 sessions
      • Virtual

      International Financial Reporting Standards for Compensation Professionals (T7)

      Learn the Language All Global Rewards Professionals Should Know

      This course presents an introduction to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). It will provide you with the understanding you need to interact effectively with accounting and finance departments in your company.

      • Explore an overview of IFRS and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB).
      • Understand the objectives of financial reporting and how to identify and work with key stakeholders.
      • Determine how financial statements relate to your compensation and benefits work.
      • Examine International Accounting Standard 19 (IAS 19) short- and long-term benefits, as well as post-employment and termination benefits.

      Course Fees: 

      • RMTRA members: $1350 USD (use code RMTRATR2020, if this does not work please call WorldatWork, Customer Experience Team at 480-951-9191)
      • WorldatWork members: $1,495 USD
      • Non-members: $2,200 USD

      Go here to register.

      For more information about the Virtual Class experience with RMTRA, please visit our Education's Frequently Asked Questions page


      • 09/13/2021
      • (MDT)
      • 09/15/2021
      • (MDT)
      • 3 sessions
      • Virtual

      International Remuneration: An Overview of Global Rewards (GR7)

      Gain Knowledge and Insights on Global Compensation and Benefits

      Understanding how to develop and optimize the design of total rewards programs within global organizations is a sought after skill for the human resources professional. This course will provide you with an overview of total rewards and its role within the overall global management of human resources. You will not only learn about international rewards management, but you will also gain insights into global human resources strategy. Key topic areas covered include:

      • Why companies globalize and its impact on HR.
      • How to develop effective compensation, benefits and work-life strategies within complex multi-national companies.
      • Identifying general benefits in different regions of the world that may serve as a starting point for developing global benefits strategy.
      • Exploring work-life effectiveness, recognition, performance management and talent development and its effect on attraction, motivation and retention throughout the world.
      • Learning approaches and issues with managing international assignments.
      • Internal and external influences along with considerations that affect the design and delivery of global rewards.
      • Key factors related to successful cross-border mergers and acquisitions.

      This course is for the total rewards professional, including HR generalists and specialists, from all HR functions who seek to gain broader knowledge of global total rewards policies and practices.

      Course Fees: 

      • RMTRA members: $1350 USD (use code RMTRATR2020, if this does not work please call WorldatWork, Customer Experience Team at 480-951-9191)
      • WorldatWork members: $1,495 USD
      • Non-members: $2,200 USD

      Go here to register.

      For more information about the Virtual Class experience with RMTRA, please visit our Education's Frequently Asked Questions page



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