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    2022 October Webinar Meeting: Communicating Compensation and Pay Transparency to Stand Out as an Employer of Choice

    Date: October 11, 2022, 12:30pm – 1:30pm
    HRMA Princeton
    Virtual (GoTo Meeting)
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    Communicating Compensation and Pay Transparency to Stand Out as an Employer of Choice 

    Presented by: Eric Mochnacz, Kate Conroy

    Tuesday, October 11, 2022 12:30pm to 1:30pm

     **This program is approved approval for 1 general credit by HRCI and
    1 professional development credit by SHRM**


    Registration CLOSES Monday, October 10, 2022 at 12:00PM.  



    In a complex and competitive job market, how and what you pay people is at the front of everyones’ mind.  In this presentation, we will walk you through the steps to identifying  your business’s compensation philosophy, developing a functional but flexible compensation structure, and transparently communicating your company’s approach to pay.  With this knowledge, professionals will be prepared to stand out in an unpredictable and invigorating job market.



    1. Participants will engage in discussion about how to develop a compensation philosophy. 

    2. Participants will understand our approach to developing compensation structures to match internal equity as well as remain competitive in the market. 

    3. Participants will be given guidance and the tools to communicate pay in a way that supports talent retention and maintains appropriate business privacy.



    Eric Mochnacz, SHRM-SCP

    After fifteen years of bringing change to student affairs programs on college campuses up and down the east coast, Eric made the decision to strategically pivot into Human Resources and found his home at Red Clover. With his experience in managing the HR function of a $2 million revenue-generating housing department and implementing long-term, sustainable technological change to recruitment, hiring and training processes, Eric is ready to guide clients through the often challenging, but rewarding, change process.

    During his time at Monmouth and Seton Hall Universities, Eric directly managed teams of four to nineteen staff,directly contributing to their professional development and providing feedback through regular performance development conversations. His ability to work with teams of all sizes and at different levels of experience has equipped him for the people-facing services Red Clover offers. In his career, Eric has coordinated and executed over 100 events and is driven to apply his programming experience to fun but productive employee engagement and retention initiatives.

    Eric is passionate about working with small business owners in helping them actualize needed change. From creating employee handbooks to guiding small businesses as their interim HR Manager, Eric is ready to roll up his sleeves and help organizations establish long-term, effective HR solutions.

    Eric received his SHRM-SCP designation in July of 2019 and had Red Clover certified as a SHRM PDC provider later that year.

    When he isn’t consulting, Eric can be found crushing PRs on his Peloton, writing a horror novel and trying his hand at donut-making.

    Kate Conroy, SHRM-SCP

    Kate is joining the world of Human Resources Consulting after six years of managing high-performing teams, streamlining inefficient processes, and driving impactful change in Higher Education. Kate has advanced experience in training curriculum development and deployment and execution of employee development programs. She has directly managed teams of up to twelve professionals, preparing them to connect and build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders. During her time as a student affairs practitioner, Kate navigated the unexpected and organized the day to day chaos of campus housing and student life. Kate approaches all challenges with a strategic mindset and is prepared to support our clients in the development of sustainable solutions towards their unique business problems. Kate is ready to roll up her sleeves and work closely with our clients; she wants to take a comprehensive look at their past and present obstacles, challenges and achievement to help them build a stronger future.

    Away from the office, you can find Kate in the middle of a good book or slowly killing her houseplants.