Creative Employment Relationships &
Compensation Strategies for a Tight Labor Market
Wednesday, September 7, 2022 | 1:00 PM ET
Fix your recruiting and retention woes with creative comp, benefit, and employment options
“Help Wanted” signs are everywhere. Job postings are up 30% in the past two years, and there are more than 11 million open jobs in the United States.
The tight labor market has employers rethinking how to structure compensation and benefits to attract and retain the best employees. Also, employers are looking closer at different employment relationships, including independent contractor status and revising job classifications.
On September 7, discover the best (and most legally sound) practices to entice the top candidates and keep them around. This dynamic training session will walk you through the best solutions that HR departments and employers can use to succeed in this difficult new environment.
This presentation drew rave reviews at our recent LEAP conference in Las Vegas: “Great suggestions for proactive hiring and retention.” “Fantastic examples and ideas!” “I learned better methods to recruit new employees.”
Agenda for Revise Your Job Descriptions
- Understand today’s job market—why employees are leaving, and what’s attracting the best candidates
- How to expand your recruitment pool
- Which hiring barriers to remove and which to keep (education levels? marijuana tests?)
- Should you hire independent contractors—or convert current staff?
- Compensation changes: Which are valuable, which are a waste of money?
- Maximizing signing bonuses, referral bonuses
- The legal risks of protected concerted activity
- Rethinking the employee experience—where, when, and how work gets done
- Creative benefits that appeal to today’s employees
- Understand the tax implications of your comp/benefit changes
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Molly Rezac is an attorney in the Reno office of Ogletree Deakins, where she advises employers on various employment matters, including formulating employment policies and drafting employee handbooks. She regularly presents workplace seminars regarding federal and state HR issues, and she represents employers in court on all types of employment litigation matters, including wage-and-hour claims, wrongful termination, and discrimination.
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