Nashville Chapter Breakfast - March 25

ACEC of TN Nashville Chapter will gather on Wednesday, March 25 at 7:30 at the TN Engineering Center to learn:  HOW TO “WIN” THE EXPENSIVE QUEST FOR TALENT.

To register contact Jackie McCartney at 615-770-8401 or [email protected].  Registration is $15.00 per person.

What are you spending? Why are you spending it? Where and how are you spending it? Who are you spending it on? It’s All about Return on Talent Investment (ROTI)! When it comes to things like benefits (health, retirement, etc.) and compensation, we all are looking for cost efficiencies! And you should be looking for those efficiencies – this is very important! But even if you have wrung out every bit of efficiency from your health plan, your retirement plan, your compensation program and your other rewards elements, you still may be wasting considerable organizational resources in ways you may not realize.

Keith Friede of Arthur J. Gallagher will look at two levels of “cost control” with your compensation, benefits, and rewards programs. The first is “siloed” efficiencies – ideas for individual rewards element

costs control like consumer-driven health plans and health cost transparency, health and financial wellness initiatives, retirement readiness programs, efficient compensation design and management, and the like.

The second is “total rewards” effectiveness. Here, we’ll look at how to ensure that you have the right rewards “mix” for the right talent at the right price – anything less, and your organization is wasting precious resources. Mr. Friede will present eight actions that you can take right now to improve your talent investment portfolio’s ROTI. He will discuss how to ensure that your rewards expenditures actually drive strategic organizational objectives and win the quest for top talent!

This is a must-attend event for the CEO’s, COO’s, Operations Managers, and HR Directors of AE firms or firm owners who have a stake in improving the firm’s bottom line. This ACEC Nashville Chapter event will be on March 25th with breakfast starting at 7:30 am at the Tennessee Engineering Center, 800 Fort Negley Blvd. Don’t miss this important event!