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TR SIG: Best Practices in Compensation

Pending 1.5 HRCI (General) and SHRM recertification credits

 Export to Your Calendar 12/13/2019
When: Friday, December 13, 2019
8:00 - 10:00 AM
Where: Maggiano’s Little Italy – Tyson’s Galleria Mall / Gabbiano Room
2001 International Drive
McLean, Virginia  22102
United States
Presenter: Dan Ripberger


Online registration is available until: 12/13/2019
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Session Description

The concept of pay equity is at the forefront today – from pending legislation to public policy discussions. But, how does the concept of pay equity actually fit into an organization’s compensation system? What are some of the best practices that employers have adopted to ensure they remain legally compliant while maintaining their own compensation philosophy?


Benefits and Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the philosophical and tactical basics involved in effectively designing an equitable base pay program and ensuring the ongoing program administration has no disparate impact or treatment
  • Learn the difference between disparate impact and disparate treatment in program design
  • Explore how pay opportunity differs from actual pay
  • Review current policy discussions and compare and contrast with issues individual employers face

About The Speaker

Dan Ripberger, Managing Partner, RSC Advisory Group, LLC

Dan Ripberger is a performance and rewards strategist, advisor and analyst and a Founder and Managing Director of RSC Advisory Group. RSC provides advisory, design and analytic performance and rewards services to client organizations across the US.

Dan’s expertise, professional approach and consulting style are the product of a well-rounded background in big‐firm consulting and corporate management and administration. His data‐centric, logical and longer‐term orientation are greatly influenced by his labor economics educational background and technical training in compensation and human resources.

Over his career, Dan has advised clients of most types and sizes, ranging from first-round technology start-ups to multi‐national corporate conglomerates. Dan’s assignments over the years have been with for‐ and not‐for‐profit commercial and governmental‐contracting organizations across a number of market sectors.

Dan previously held several consulting and management positions. He began his consulting career in the Washington DC area office of Towers Perrin where he worked with Towers Perrin Principals and clients on a variety of executive and employee compensation projects. Dan then worked for Aon Consulting/Radford Associates where he help build the newly‐acquired Washington, DC area office. He went on to help found PRM Consulting in Washington, DC and most recently managed the consulting practices for a boutique consulting firm in the Midwest.

He earned a Bachelors with concentrations in Economics and Human Resources and has completed significant post‐graduate work in labor economics, econometrics and statistical research. He maintains professional certifications from both World At Work (CCP) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SPHR).

Dan is a frequent author, reviewer and presenter on executive and employee compensation issues. His articles have been published in numerous trade, professional and periodic publications including his recent articles “Target Performance. Compensate for Achievement” and “The Role of Variable Pay in Mission Success”. Dan is a professional content reviewer/editor for WorldatWork (a governing body for compensation practice) and has been formally recognized for his contribution to the professional practice of compensation.