Does your organization effectively approach total rewards with a people-centric mindset? How do executives implement benefit programs that align with the needs of their employees? Tactics such as employee surveys and benchmarking can help develop a total rewards strategy, but these alone do not tell the whole story. This webinar will explore case studies that highlight leading employers and their unique approach to people-centric total rewards. Attendees will also learn about innovative technologies and data that are enabling HR decision-makers to get better insight into their most valuable asset — their people.
- Discover what it means to take a people-centric approach to total rewards.
- Recognize how rewards programs are constructed to meet employee needs.
- Categorize employee needs through new technology and data that leading companies are utilizing.
Rob Pinkerton - Chief Marketing Officer - HelloWallet
Rob Pinkerton is an expert in consumer, business and technology marketing and leads the marketing team at HelloWallet.
Prior to joining HelloWallet, Pinkerton served in executive marketing roles at Adobe Systems, LexisNexis and Siebel Systems in both Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C.
Pinkerton was a legislative counsel in the U.S. Senate during the 104th and 105th Congress with responsibility for technology and social policy issues. He has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business, a JD from the University of Baltimore and a BA in economics, political science and history from the University of Richmond.
John Lang - Customer Success Manager - HelloWallet
John Lang is HelloWallet's customer success manager, responsible for engaging with customers throughout their entire relationship with HelloWallet. From the sales process to implementation and ongoing adoption and usage, he ensures that customers have an outstanding experience with HelloWallet and that their employees are getting measurable value out of the application.
Lang has more than 18 years of experience working with startups in client services and marketing roles, most recently in and around Washington, D.C. In various roles, he has focused specifically on marketing and data analytics, making his experience a natural fit for HelloWallet. Before Lang started his career in marketing, he spent time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine.Sponsored by: