Join Anneliese Sendax and Doug Tapp with Deloitte Consulting LLP for an indepth discussion of compensation strategies and the remote workforce.
Over the past year companies have reacted swiftly to unprecedented disruptions. Changes wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic have not only accelerated the future of work, but also brought long-anticipated changes to workforce models and workplace designs in a highly accelerated time frame. As a result, organizations across industries are reviewing changes to their workforce and how their workforce model(s) may require a review of their overall compensation strategy due to the new work environment.
In Fall of 2020, Deloitte Consulting in partnership with Empsight conducted a survey on remote work practices and trends. Their discussion will incorporate survey findings that may assist companies as they assess their remote work policies. Organizations with formalized remote work options are leading the market, which may force peers into carefully considering a workforce’s preferences.
In addition, our research would suggest that organizations that have not yet been adversely affected by COVID-19 should pre-emptively consider revising their compensation strategy to meet with the demands of their current workforce model and ensure preparedness for talent market shifts.
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Anneliese Sendax is a Senior Consultant in Deloitte’s Rewards & Wellbeing practice. She began her career in Executive Compensation & Board of Director consulting and then went in-house to help prepare a company for an IPO by building salary structures and liquidity programs for executives. At Deloitte, Anneliese focuses her time on Total Rewards strategy, Broad-based Compensation programs & trends, Job Architecture, Performance Management, and the Future of Work. She has a BA from Dartmouth College and attended the Tuck Bridge Program at Dartmouth’s School of Business.
Doug Tapp is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s National Compensation Strategies 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.
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