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RCA 2024 2nd Quarter Meeting: Compensation Planning Jam Session; Best Practices and Trends

  • June 12, 2024
  • 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Willow Oaks Country Club 6228 Forest Hill Avenue Richmond, VA 23225


  • Registration for current RCA Members
  • Registration for non-members


Event Information 

Compensation Planning Jam Session; Best Practices and Trends

Does your organization’s pay philosophy effectively translate to your managers, who make critical compensation decisions in each merit cycle? Today, balancing equity and fairness while maximizing employee retention in merit planning remains a top challenge and goes beyond simply understanding market rates. In the absence of effective compensation planning, how confident are you that compensation dollars are being optimized equitably to attract and retain the best talent?

Join us for this jam session where we will discuss and debate insights and best practices from compensation research that will allow you to implement data-driven strategies to empower your managers to make unbiased merit pay decisions aligned to your pay philosophy.

Session topics Include:

  • The latest compensation planning trends and insights
  • New ways to empower your managers to make smart compensation decisions using tools and data
  • Our largest challenges in compensation management today, and how we might begin tackling them
  • Any questions you bring to the session

Speaker Information

Sean Luitjens

Sean Luitjens is the General Manager for the Total Rewards suite of Visier. Sean has an extensive background working in strategic roles across organizations holding positions in Product Development, System Architecture, Global Sales, Corporate Strategy, Marketing, Benchmarking, and M&A. 

Prior to Visier, Sean held leadership positions at Korn Ferry’s Total Rewards Data Business, AIRINC, and a Principal at Mercer, where he managed the global benefits benchmarking business.  His background also includes Monster as the Director of Product Strategy, and a Product Development for the interactive businesses of Fidelity Capital. Additionally, Sean also serves on the board of directors for two additional non-profit organizations.

Sean has worked with clients and partners as well as spoken on a wide range of topics including but not limited to total rewards, pay equity, global mobility, recruitment, compensation and benefits methodology and trends, as well as merger & acquisition strategies. When not working, Sean can likely be found in the great outdoors hitting the trails, climbing, or partaking in a triathlon.

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