Benefits & Compensation Round Table Meeting
November 8, 2017
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Compensation During a Company's Lifecycle
During the life cycle of a company, the compensation needs change and companies must adapt accordingly. We’ll explore six different seasons in a company’s life cycle (start-up, growth, maturity, decline, wind-down, & rebirth) and how a company’s approach to compensation must evolve. We’ll cover equity awards, IPO compensation, mergers and acquisitions, retention awards, and other compensation elements. Throughout the discussion, we'll share real-world examples and lessons learned while navigating the various seasons.
- Define the various life cycles in a company
- Identify at least one important need from a compensation perspective for each life cycle
- Understand various compensation issues to watch out for in each life cycle
About the Speakers
Allison Hoeinghaus, CPA & CECP
Alvarez & Marsal
Allison is an experienced consultant at Alvarez & Marsal who helps companies tackle how to effectively and efficiently pay their employees. She works with companies to design and benchmark annual bonus and long-term incentive compensation programs, all while considering the applicable tax, accounting, and other regulatory ramifications. Allison focuses on mergers and acquisitions, including golden parachute rules and due diligence of compensation arrangements as well as executive compensation matters. Allison is a CPA licensed in Texas and a Certified Executive Compensation Professional through the WorldatWork organization.
Alvarez & Marsal
Quinn is a Director in Alvarez & Marsal’s Compensation and Benefits practice. Prior to joining A&M, Quinn was an Associate Principle at Korn Ferry Hay Group. In his current role, he has been focused on leading project teams through a variety of engagements including: global total remuneration analyses, compensation analyses, incentive plan design, structure evaluation and redesign, and employee performance, recruitment, and retention. Quinn partners with clients to navigate issues to improve key human resource practices, provides customized compensation and benefits solutions from executives to hourly employees, pay structure design, organizational analyses, performance management and job analysis.
Payment is due with registration. No POs or requests for invoicing can be honored. Checks should be made payable and mailed (to be received no later than 5 days prior to the event) to:
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Dallas, TX 75244
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IMPORTANT: Advance registrations are required. Due to limited room capacity, we cannot guarantee seating for onsite registrants. To receive cancellation credit, your written request must be received at DallasHR no later than 5 days prior to the start of the class. There will be no refund if cancellation is received within 5 days of the start of the class.