Creative Compensation - How to Motivate, Retain and Attract Employees Even If You Have Limited Financial Resource

Sponsored by The APPA Professional Women’s Network

Are you looking for ways to reward your employees that goes beyond basic salary and bonus?  Especially in these tough economic times, it is more important than ever to look for new ways to keep employees happy, motivated, and engaged.

By participating in this relevant and empowering webcast you will learn:

  • Why you should consider using creative compensation 
  • How to encourage your employees to do more with little or no extra money
  • Why some popular ways to reward employees are demotivating
  • How to make your workplace more fun and engaging

Webcast Information
Date Presented:
November 15, 2012 2:00 PM Eastern
1 hour
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Creative Compensation – How to Motivate, Retain and Attract Employees Even If You Have Limited Financial Resource
Presented By:
Bryan Williamson
Compensation Consultant

Bryan is an experienced compensation professional with over twenty years of experience.   He specializes in compensation solutions that address an organization’s entire employee base.  His career began in Tampa and flourished while living in Dallas, Atlanta, Fort Collins and Flagstaff.  He has been an external consultant for Mercer Human Resources Consulting, and Towers Watson.  He has also been the internal compensation expert for several global companies, and has helped numerous independent clients.  Bryan worked on creative compensation solutions for Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Dell, Compaq, Salomon Brothers and USAA Federal Savings Bank.

Bryan has an MBA from the University of South Florida and a BA from the University of Florida.  He is a Certified Compensation Professional with World at Work (a professional association) and regularly reviews articles for various World at Work publications.

He is an avid outdoor enthusiast and has lead hikes for The Sierra Club and other groups for years.  Additionally he is co-founder of True Nature, an organization that helps people realize and align with their true nature.

Moderated By:
Carol Frank
Managing Director, SDR Ventures

The founder of three multi-million dollar pet companies, Carol is now a Managing Director at SDR Ventures, a Denver-based Investment Bank where she specializes in helping pet industry entrepreneurs with mergers, acquisitions and capital raises. She is also a principal in BirdsEye Consulting, which helps pet industry entrepreneurs with sales channel strategy, market research, and licensing, as well as recruiting executive talent for pet product companies.

She is the author of the book, Do As I Say, Not As I Did! Gaining Wisdom in Business Through The Mistakes of Highly Successful People. Carol’s credentials include an MBA from Southern Methodist University and a BBA from the University of Texas in Austin. She began her career as a CPA with Ernst & Young and also spent three years as an executive recruiter for Robert Half International. Over the years, Carol has served in leadership roles within the pet industry and on the board of more than a dozen non-profit and business organizations, including The Pet Industry Distributor Association, The Pet Care Trust, and The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council.
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