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Webinar: Navigating Reward in Developing Markets

December 2, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

This webinar is over but you can still participate.  Watch the video below and download the presentation slides, too.

Join Birches Group and The HR Partners for a webinar exploring reward management in high-growth and developing countries

Date:  Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Start Time: 9:00 (New York) / 12:00 (São Paulo) / 14:00 (London) / 16:00 (Johannesburg) / 18:00 (Dubai)

 

The session topics include:

  • Volatile data
  • Unreliable survey data
  • Comparators from different sectors
  • Insufficient job matches
  • Components of total compensation
  • Why job data alone is insufficient for benchmarking in developing countries
  • Benefits trends
  • Do typical LTI approaches work?

Speakers
The session will be conducted by Warren Heaps, Birches Group Partner (New York) and John Nichols, a Director with The HR Partners (London).  Other senior members of our team will also be on hand to share their experience.

Download Presentation and Q&A
You can download and review the slide deck from the webinar here.

For a copy of the Questions and Answers, click here.

Watch the Webinar Video

 

Venue

Webinar

Organizers

Birches Group LLC (Manila)
The HR Partners

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