Columbus Compensation Association
Learn & Connect in Partnership with WorldatWork
Moving Target: Approaches to Setting Pay for Remote Workers
Recorded Webinar from Chad Atwell, Deloitte Consulting and Adam Sweetman, Intel
12:00 PM - Watch the Presentation
12:50 PM - Facilitated Discussion
Free to members
WorldatWork Q&A Session:
May 26th at 2:00pm; Webinar
Grab your lunch and join CCA for a 45-minute prerecorded presentation on
the Approaches to Setting Pay for Remote Workers followed by a facilitated
discussion and networking with your CCA Peers.
Unable to join us? You can watch the presentation on demand starting May
15th on your WorldatWork Learner Dashboard. *Note: You must use the same email
address for WorldatWork and CCA.
Want more networking? Sign up for the WorldatWork Live Q&A session on May 26th at 2:00PM EST.
Unprecedented disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated long-anticipated changes to workforce models, including a dramatic rise in remote work. Once companies began accepting employees inside their buildings again, they had to state their openness or resistance to continuing this new off-site way of working. Compensation policies, specifically geographic differentials, captured media attention as companies announced whether employees moving away from high-cost cities would have their salaries cut. In this webinar, you’ll hear firsthand from compensation leaders who evaluated the impact of various designs and the criteria they used to make these highly scrutinized decisions.
Chad Atwell, Senior Manager/Deloitte Consulting - Chad Atwell is a senior manager in Deloitte Consulting’s human capital practice for the technology, media and telecom industry. With over 25 years in total rewards as a practitioner, technologist and consultant, he helps clients design and deliver strategies for rewarding their changing workforce. He specializes in how total rewards teams can leverage the latest technologies, processes and operating models to drive compelling employee experiences and sustainable organization performance. 2. Adam Sweetman, HR Director/Intel Corporation - Adam Sweetman is currently the Western Europe, Middle East, Turkey and Africa HR Director for Intel Corporation. Adam has a degree in Computing for Real Time Systems, and began his career in IT but got the 7 year itch and began seeking to understand more about the commercial aspects of the business and moved over to Sales and Marketing. Another 7 years and another itch and Adam moved over to HR after realizing that neither electrons nor $s really make the business work and people is where it is at. Various HR roles in consulting and org transformation but primarily focused on the customer facing Business HR areas.