Compensation Strategy for Bargainers (LR350)

In this workshop, participants develop knowledge about fundamental issues in compensation and benefits strategy development and execution in an effort to link them to labor and bargaining strategy. This includes the financial implications of design choices, types of incentive pay plans and selected benefits that can be effective for different groups of employees.In this workshop, participants develop knowledge about fundamental issues in compensation and benefits strategy development and execution in an effort to link them to labor and bargaining strategy. This includes the financial implications of design choices, types of incentive pay plans and selected benefits that can be effective for different groups of employees.

 

Special Features

This workshop develops your knowledge about fundamental issues in compensation and benefits strategy development and execution in unionized environments, as well as selected Federal and state regulations impacting bargaining in these areas.

Who Will Benefit

This program is appropriate for labor relations, human resource, and operations professionals who are not experienced in finance and thinking about implementing a performance pay system.

Instructors for Dec 4, 2017
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Art Wheaton Jr

Arthur Wheaton is an industry education specialist based in the Cornell University ILR School office in Buffalo, New York. He is a former AFSCME union steward and local union executive board member. Art has more than 15 years experience as a labor educator teaching collective bargaining, negotiations, and conflict resolution for unions and management. He also has extensive expertise in international labor union and management research and is a resource person of the ILO and the European Foundation Living and Working Conditions. Art has a master’s degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources.

Mark Brossman

Mark E. Brossman is a partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel and co-head of the firm's Employment & Employee Benefits Group. His areas of concentration include all aspects of ERISA, employment discrimination, labor relations and related litigation. 

Mark received the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations' prestigious Judge William B. Groat Alumni Award (for achievement in the field of labor relations). Among other recognitions, Mark was the first recipient of the Lawyers Alliance for New York's Pro Bono Leadership Award. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and New York Super Lawyers and recognized by both Human Resource Executive and Lawdragon as one of the 100 most powerful employment attorneys in American and one of the top 10 in ERISA law. A frequent speaker, Mark has served as a lecturer in the Cornell University ILR School's Labor Relations Studies Program and as an instructor at Columbia University Teacher's College. Mark is active in several not-for-profit organizations and serves on the board of Bard College, the Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, Inc., the Cornell ILR School Advisory Board, and the Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution. Mark earned both his LL.M in Labor Law and his J.D from New York University School of Law and his B.S in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. 

Lisa L. Hunter

Lisa L. Hunter, Founder, Newport Consulting Group, Inc. Ms. Hunter is a seasoned consultant with extensive experience in the design and implementation of compensation programs, organizational planning and development, and human resource management. She advises clients on a broad range of issues, including total rewards strategy, executive compensation, linking compensation with business strategy, performance management, and organizational change. In addition to her work as a consultant, Ms. Hunter is the Program Director for The Conference Board's Executive Compensation Management and Compensation Councils. Prior to establishing the Newport Consulting Group, she held senior human resources management positions at Time-Warner, Simon and Schuster, and Home Box Office. Ms. Hunter is a technical advisor with the Institute for Compensation Studies housed in Cornell University’s ILR School. She serves on the ILR Dean's Advisory Council and has served both as President of the ILR Alumni Association and as a Vice Chair of the Cornell University Council. Lisa holds a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.

Instructors for Jun 18, 2018
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Art Wheaton Jr

Arthur Wheaton is an industry education specialist based in the Cornell University ILR School office in Buffalo, New York. He is a former AFSCME union steward and local union executive board member. Art has more than 15 years experience as a labor educator teaching collective bargaining, negotiations, and conflict resolution for unions and management. He also has extensive expertise in international labor union and management research and is a resource person of the ILO and the European Foundation Living and Working Conditions. Art has a master’s degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources.

Mark Brossman

Mark E. Brossman is a partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel and co-head of the firm's Employment & Employee Benefits Group. His areas of concentration include all aspects of ERISA, employment discrimination, labor relations and related litigation. 

Mark received the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations' prestigious Judge William B. Groat Alumni Award (for achievement in the field of labor relations). Among other recognitions, Mark was the first recipient of the Lawyers Alliance for New York's Pro Bono Leadership Award. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and New York Super Lawyers and recognized by both Human Resource Executive and Lawdragon as one of the 100 most powerful employment attorneys in American and one of the top 10 in ERISA law. A frequent speaker, Mark has served as a lecturer in the Cornell University ILR School's Labor Relations Studies Program and as an instructor at Columbia University Teacher's College. Mark is active in several not-for-profit organizations and serves on the board of Bard College, the Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, Inc., the Cornell ILR School Advisory Board, and the Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution. Mark earned both his LL.M in Labor Law and his J.D from New York University School of Law and his B.S in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. 

Lisa L. Hunter

Lisa L. Hunter, Founder, Newport Consulting Group, Inc. Ms. Hunter is a seasoned consultant with extensive experience in the design and implementation of compensation programs, organizational planning and development, and human resource management. She advises clients on a broad range of issues, including total rewards strategy, executive compensation, linking compensation with business strategy, performance management, and organizational change. In addition to her work as a consultant, Ms. Hunter is the Program Director for The Conference Board's Executive Compensation Management and Compensation Councils. Prior to establishing the Newport Consulting Group, she held senior human resources management positions at Time-Warner, Simon and Schuster, and Home Box Office. Ms. Hunter is a technical advisor with the Institute for Compensation Studies housed in Cornell University’s ILR School. She serves on the ILR Dean's Advisory Council and has served both as President of the ILR Alumni Association and as a Vice Chair of the Cornell University Council. Lisa holds a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.

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