Internal Salary and Compensation
Salary structures are an important component of effective compensation programs and help ensure that pay levels for groups of jobs are competitive externally and equitable internally. A well-designed salary structure allows management to reward performance and skills development while controlling overall base salary cost by providing a cap on the range paid for particular jobs or locations.
During this presentation we will discuss how to address promotions, increases, narrow salary ranges, establish salary scale, age data to remain competitive and improve transparency
Our presenter for this meeting is Charles W. Quatt, Ph.D.
Charles Quatt is President and Founder of Quatt Associates, Inc. Mr. Quatt specializes in compensation, employee opinion surveys, organizational development, performance management systems and strategic planning. His clients included Fortune 500 companies as well as a number of not-for-profit and government organizations.
In addition to his consulting practice, Mr. Quatt has conducted seminars and instructed at American University, Georgetown University, Marymount University, the University of Maryland, and Virginia Tech Business School.
Before establishing Quatt Associates, Mr. Quatt served for almost ten years as a Director of Management Consulting and Practice Leader for the Hay Group, an international management consulting firm.
Mr. Quatt also worked as a Human Resources Manager for General Electric Company and for Mobil Corporation. At both General Electric Company and Mobil Corporation, Mr. Quatt's responsibilities included organizational development, compensation, performance management, survey research, and employee relations.
Prior to his corporate engagements, Mr. Quatt served as a Faculty Member for six years at Harvard and Princeton Universities. He has a Ph.D. from Harvard University and was a Lehman Scholar at Harvard. He co-authored a book with Brian Vogel of Quatt Associates on executive compensation in not-for-profit organizations. The second edition of Nonprofit Executive Compensation: Planning, Performance and Pay was published by BoardSource in October of 2009.
As always if you can not attend please let us know to allow others in your spot.
Thank you and look forward to seeing you at this meeting