Enhancing Professional Practice
Leaders must examine how shifts in monetary and non-monetary rewards for work impact business competitiveness, employee engagement, and macroeconomic growth.
ICS contributes to this discourse through expert research and insight, periodic analysis of labor market indicators such as commentaries on the quarterly Employment Cost Index, and professional development training.
ICS serves as a continuing source for cutting-edge solutions through convenings for practitioners and publications, such as the Research for the Real World column in WorldatWork's leading publication, Workspan; Compensation Insight from Cornell ICS (access restricted to subscribing organizations) and the ICS working paper series.
Insights for Executives
- Research for the Real World, a monthly column in WorldatWork's workspan
- Quarterly commentary on the Employment Cost Index
- International HRM Academy, London, January 16-18, 2013, an unique cross-Atlantic partnership between Cornell University ILR School and King's College London Be a part of the business executive forum that engages in peer discussion of breaking ideas and cutting edge academic research to gain insight and understanding into highly demanding and strategically critical global HR management challenges. Three ICS research fellows and ICS managing director will be contributing to this year's International HRM Academy. Find more here: www.internationalhrmacademy.com
- Executive Compensation: Bankruptcy Issues, New York City, December 5, 2012, 5:30pm – 7:30pm. Lucrative compensation packages for senior management of companies in Chapter 11 have become major issues (and public relations sore points) in bankruptcy proceedings. Join ICS director Kevin Hallock and experts representing all of the parties involved in these decisions for a discussion of lessons learned from recent court decisions and what employers, creditors, and attorneys need to know when these types of compensation arrangements are put before the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. This is a program of the Labor and Employment Law Program of Cornell's ILR School, co-sponsored by Bingham McCutchen LLP and Lowenstein Sandler PC. Find more here: http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/law/events/Executive-Compensation-Bankruptcy-Issues.html
- Total Rewards: Compensation and Benefits, New York City, November 27-28, 2012, an open enrollment workshop under the auspices of ILR Human Capital Development (designated as a Human Resources Certification Institute approved provider).
Contact: Institute for Compensation Studies™