2015 Total Rewards 2015 Conference & Exhibition

July 20, 2016

Exotic Performance Features in Executive Compensation: How to Use Them Successfully
Monday, May 18 | 11:00AM-12:00PM

The use of exotic performance features such as conditional metrics and modifier metrics in performance based compensation plans has steadily increased during the past several years. This session will explore recent trends in the use of these features as well as case studies so you can see how firms are using these features in their latest fiscal year and the impact they’ve had over plan payouts. The session will also offer a five step action plan for boards and human resources professionals to consider and follow when adding a new exotic performance feature to their compensation plan design.

Linda Steffen, Vice President, Farient Advisors
Jack Zwingli, Head, ISS Incentive Lab

What Happens to a Fortune 50 Company’s Talent and Rewards Programs in a Spinoff
Wednesday, May 20 | 8:30AM-9:30AM

Spinoffs are a hot topic among executives and investors. This session will cover the areas on which the board and management need to focus to ensure a successful spinoff. Those areas include setting the stage strategically based on the rationale for the separation; determining the deployment of individuals to each company; and structuring retention programs to motivate and incent the right people to stay up to and beyond the close of the transaction. You’ll learn how to manage talent, bring old compensation systems to a close, develop new compensation systems, transition to those systems, avoid pitfalls and communicate with stakeholders.

Linda Steffen, Vice President, Farient Advisors
Jake Parker, Senior Vice President, Total Rewards, Hewlett-Packard Company

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