Employers are in one of the most challenging labor markets in recent memory, one in which we find HR departments struggling to attract and retain employees at any price. Some of the challenges are a direct result of the pandemic but hiring and retaining of employees was a challenge just before the pandemic. How do employers respond to these challenges? In today’s market, successful organizations will respond to the challenges by utilizing current, local data to adjust their pay and benefits offerings to attract and retain employees.
This informative session will provide timely insights on compensation and pay increase data as well as trends in benefits from Employers Council’s compensation and benefits surveys, including the 2022 Benchmark Compensation Survey.
The session will highlight:
Salary comparisons by geographic, industry, and employment size
Historical trends – jobs
2021, 2022, and 2023 pay and structure increases and projections
Historical trends – pay increases
Trends in Benefits: Insured benefits, paid time off, remote work
July 21, 2022
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
$10 for Chamber Members
$20 for Non-Members.