April 22 - Top Trends Affecting Compensation…And What You Should be Doing About It

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PT
Virtual Education
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Human resources, compensation and business, in general, are continually changing. Prior to 2020, challenges were often focused around scarcity of talent. Today, the global pandemic, social crises and political friction are driving issues never seen before.

Societal, legislative and digital influences on the work environment are in play more than ever, and all HR professionals should be aware of how these trends affect compensation. In this 60-minute session, we will review key national and global trends affecting workplace compensation and discuss practical steps you can take to prepare your business or organization for these changes.


  • Review major trends affecting employee compensation.
  • Understand practical steps to address these changes.
  • Provide participants with resources and reference material related to the subject.
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David Conmy, SHRM-SCP, is a career business and HR professional, and the principal owner of Zenzile Consulting Inc. He has more than 30 years of experience leading HR organizations for both domestic and international companies. David has designed and implemented standard, sales and incentive compensation programs in the U.S., Asia and Europe. He obtained his B.A. in public relations from San Jose State University and his M.S. in human resources management from Golden Gate University. David is also an instructor at the University of California, Santa Cruz Extension and is a board member for both state and local HR groups including CalSHRM (CalSHRM.org) and the Bay Area Human Resource Executives Council (BAHREC.shrm.org).