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    Designing and Implementing a Non-Monetary Rewards System

    Date: February 24, 2011, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    Effective Resources
    Location:
    Mercer University; McDonough, GA
    Price:
    10.00 (Members) 15.00 (non-Members)
    Event Type:
    Meeting
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    Speaker: Barry Brown

    By this time, most organizations have cut just about all they can to stay afloat. Most have granted meager merit increases and several are starting to reinstate 401(k) matching. However, nearly everyone is still searching for ways to keep employees engaged, productive, and motivated. Money might seem the logical choice, but even when times were really good, the organization with the best performance did not necessarily pay the highest wages and salaries.

    So, what can make people happy to show up, work hard, and have a smile on their faces? Think of non-monetary rewards!

    A good non-monetary rewards system is much more than simply encouraging your supervisors to say “thank you.” This session provides a step-by-step approach to creating a productive and positive environment that may easily have a greater impact than your last round of pay increases!

    Attendees will learn how to:
    1. Quickly determine which non-monetary rewards (NMR) will work best for your company;
    2. Implement a self-sustaining NMR program; and,
    3. Measure and report the value of your NMR program.

    This program can help get you noticed! Don’t miss it.

    Speaker information: Barry has been an active national SHRM member since 1974. During this time, he has actively participated in the leadership of several chapters and two different State Councils. He has severed in a wide variety of leadership positions at the state and local levels and has mentored a number of successful HR professionals.

    He started his own consulting practice in 1992 following more than 20 years of corporate HR experience. Effective Resources, Inc. focuses on the “technical” side of HR - compensation, salary surveys, Affirmative Action compliance, performance management, and employee opinion surveys.

    Barry is an author and frequent speaker. Most recently, he’s presented HR topics in Georgia, Tennessee, California, and Wisconsin. He holds SPHR and CCP certifications and earned his BS degree from the University of Tennessee with major studies in economics and finance.