Want to Become an Expert in PayScale’s Insight Product? You Can — at #Compference17


You use Insight to price and track jobs and stay ahead of the curve in compensation. But there’s a lot more Insight can do for you and your organization.

So, how should you spend your time at Compference 2017? If it were me (and as an Insight trainer, I’m little biased), I’d definitely make time for these three Insight-specific presentations.

Separately, each session is designed to help you get even more from Insight once you’re back in the real world. Taken together, they’re the fastest path to becoming an Insight expert.

First, Learn the Secrets of PayScale’s Data

Why is it different? How does it really work? And why is using crowdsourced data to inform compensation decisions one of the most powerful ways to hire, engage and retain great talent? Join our VP of Data Analytics, Katie Bardaro, and our VP of Customer Success, Emily Jensen, at “Understanding the PayScale Data Set” (Tuesday, October 3rd, 10:30 am). They’ll take you behind-the-scenes to answer these questions and show you how PayScale data works — and how it can increase your confidence even more with your existing comp framework.

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Next, Get Your Analytics Fix

Want to help reduce turnover? Create a strong compensation foundation? And justify salary decisions not just with data but with a powerful, analytics-driven story? Make your way to the North Capitol View Terrace for “Leveraging Insight Analytics Reports” (Tuesday, October 3rd, 3:00 pm). Kent Appleby, our training specialist, and Krystal Praast, our compensation professional, will share how to create and use Insight’s reports, such as gender earning comparisons and other analytics crucial to HR offices navigating today’s competitive talent market.

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Finally, Hear How a $860M Company Used Insight to Create a New and Powerful Compensation Framework

This is an opportunity to learn what worked — and what didn’t — for a big company that needed better data and more agile tools to support compensation and salary decisions. The manager of compensation and engagement at Perry Ellis International, Jackeline Carreno, will lead “Comp Change Management at an $860M Company” (Wednesday, October 4th, 10:55 am). Together with Senior Compensation Analyst at McKinstry, Mykkah Herner, she’ll share what was and wasn’t helpful as Perry Ellis created their new compensation structure.

To recap, here’s where to go and when:

Hope to see you there!

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