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February luncheon meeting

  • February 13, 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Brio Tuscan Grille, Country Club Plaza, 502 Nichols Drive, Kansas City, MO 64112


  • Member registration with option to add non-member guests
  • Multiple member registrations.
  • Full-time students in HR program at a local college or university

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High-Impact Rewards:
Introducing Bersin's Rewards Maturity Model

Pete DeBellis and Doug Tapp will share Bersin’s new High-Impact Rewards (HIR) research which highlights how top-performing companies are evolving their total rewards offerings and approaches to keep pace with a new world of work. This presentation will help HR and rewards leaders think about the current state of their rewards function while reviewing key findings from HIR and the new HIR Maturity Model.

In this session, Pete will share:

  • Seven key findings from their HIR research
  • The new High-Impact Rewards Maturity Model, including four levels of organizational maturity
  • Six factors identified as having the highest impact on rewards maturity
  • Characteristics and capabilities at each level of maturity and ways to effectively move up the maturity curve

** HRCI and SHRM CE has been approved **

Pete DeBellis leads total rewards research for BersinTM, Deloitte Consulting LLP. Pete has a deep understanding of the various tools organizations use to attract, motivate, develop, and retain talent—from compensation and benefits to worker well being programs to experience and actualization opportunities, among others. His experience, gained as in-house rewards professional for public companies and as a consultant, helps him understand the critical linkages between total rewards, HR strategy, and overarching business objectives. Pete holds a bachelor of science degree in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University.

Doug Tapp is a leader in Deloitte’s National Rewards and Well-Being practice with more than 25 years of consulting and corporate total rewards experience. He has experience advising clients in all areas of total rewards.  Doug has served on the National Compensation Advisory Board for WorldatWork and has co-authored articles published in WorldatWork’s Workspan magazine and National Association of Corporate Directors. He frequently speaks locally and nationally on total rewards topics including performance management, the employee value proposition and global pay equity legislation.

                                    * There is a 24 hour cancellation policy

This meeting is sponsored by:

Total Rewards KC © 2017


Total Rewards KC

8826 Santa Fe Drive, Suite 208
Overland Park, Kansas 66212

Email: admin@totalrewardskc.org

Phone: 913-381-4458

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