There is a lot of speculation about what it takes to attract, motivate and retain Millennial workers. More than half of our workers will come from this generation by 2020 and close to three-quarters will be Millennials by 2025. It is time to anticipate how your rewards systems and offerings will need to change in the very near future. This session will focus on the key implications and strategies you should be considering in changing your rewards programs in the next few years to make sure you are ready for the next generation of global workers.
Please join us to listen to Ruth Ann Looney, Director, Broad-based Compensation at Aon share this timely information. Ruth Ann is a Director and is Aon’s Southeast Region Broad-Based Compensation Practice Leader, based in Atlanta, GA. Ruth Ann has over 15 years of compensation consulting experience working with many different companies on various aspects of Broad Based Compensation. Ruth Ann’s expertise includes: establishing total compensation strategies and practices that align with business objectives, designing rewards programs (e.g., base salary, performance-based/variable pay, other cash compensation plans), and developing career frameworks.
Ruth Ann has consulted for a variety of clients including, technology, manufacturing, insurance, automotive parts, health care, educational institutions, foundations, associations, and other general nonprofits. The sample list of her clients include Permanent General Companies, Southern Farm Bureau, Kumho Tire, Cornerstone Chemical Corporation, Genuine Parts Corporation, Tennessee Valley Authority, Canaveral Port Authority, Knoxville Utilities Board, American Cancer Society, Grady Hospital, HELP USA, Institute of International Education, Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Florida Blue, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Spelman College, High Museum, and International Rescue Committee.
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