Compensation, Rewards, and the New Employer Value Proposition

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Compensation, Rewards, and the New Employer Value Proposition

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3 organizations discuss their employee engagement and performance strategies in one exciting session. Only at #COMPBEN


TOPIC: Closing Discussion - Compensation, Rewards, and the New Employer Value Proposition
Final Session at Compensation Outlook 2010 and Western Compensation Outlook and HR Conference 2010
Toronto: Tuesday, October 26 at 3:15 p.m
Calgary:  Tuesday, November 9 at 3:15 p.m
Priority Code: 3BL1

Featured in Toronto:
Rhonda Lewis,
Director, People Practice, Trillium Health Centre
Peter McAdam,
Vice-President, Employee Experience, TD Financial Group

Featured in Calgary:
Susan Layman,
Vice-President, Human Resources, FT Services
David Wexler, Vice-President, Human Resources, Electronic Arts (Canada) Inc.

So what role ultimately do compensation and rewards play in employee engagement, the employer brand, retention or, as TD describes it, the employee experience?

This closing session will include presentations from three organizations focused on improving engagement and performance, followed by a concluding discussion to help you understand how their experiences can help you optimize your organization’s value proposition.

To learn more about our 2010 Compensation events in Toronto and Calgary, or to view the full agendas, please click here or contact Joel Elliott at

Please quote priority code 3BL1 when registering.


Friday, August 27, 2010 - 10:00am


Joel Elliott
The Conference Board of Canada
Keywords: Benefits | Conference Board | Electronic Arts | Employee Engagement | FT Services | Spin Master | TD Financial | Trillum Healthcare | compensation | rewards