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Compensation and Engagement: Is Connection a Myth?
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Across a vast body of literature, compensation is rarely noted as a powerful driver of engagement. In most cases, key driver analyses which determine influencing factors on workforce engagement reveal that compensation typically has little to no direct impact on engagement. However, using a more sophisticated technique (moderation modeling), our newest research shows compensation to have a hidden interaction effect on key drivers of engagement—not visible through key driver analysis.

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When: Wednesday, July 18, 2018
11:30 AM
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1330 E Douglas
Wchita, Kansas  67214
United States
Presenter: Ryan Dugan and Michael Ritter, Arthur J. Gallagher
Contact: Dawn Ramirez


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Across a vast body of literature, compensation is rarely noted as a powerful driver of engagement. In most cases, key driver analyses which determine influencing factors on workforce engagement reveal that compensation typically has little to no direct impact on engagement. However, using a more sophisticated technique (moderation modeling), our newest research shows compensation to have a hidden interaction effect on key drivers of engagement—not visible through key driver analysis. These findings reveal that favorable opinions toward compensation greatly increase the likelihood of employees feeling much more favorably toward key drivers of engagement—meaning that a favorable view toward compensation are much more important in building a highly engaged workforce than previously thought. The presentation will outline the case studies we analyzed to come to this conclusion and will wrap-up with best practices in building a best in class compensation program. See presentation outline below:

Part 1. Engagement

  • Evolution of Engagement
  • Exploring Connections: Compensation & Engagement
  • Case Study1 & 2

Part 2. Compensation

  • Compensation Communication
  • Philosophy
  • Understanding & Satisfaction
  • Best Practices

Listeners will walk away from the presentation…

  1. understanding what engagement is and how is measured.
  2. with a new understanding of the relationship between engagement and compensation and why building an effective compensation plan could actually help build engagement in a powerful way contrary to popular belief.
  3. with best practices on building a best practices compensation program including: Importance of building a compensation philosophy, compensation communications, a mistakes to avoid.


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