Wage and Salary Administration: Using the 2013 Survey
Workshops/Trainings
12/04/2013 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET
Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee
Room Number: Parking on side and rear of bldg.
2819 W Highland Blvd
Milwaukee, WI
Admission: 
$35.00 Nonprofit Center members and CDBG
$50.00 Non-members
Event Registration is closed.

Wage and Salary Administration: Using the 2013 Survey
Wednesday, December 4 \ 9:00-11:00 a.m.

The 2013 Salary and Benefits Survey is complete and ready for you to use. The survey provides salary and benefits information for 57 benchmark positions based on information provided by nonprofits in Southeastern Wisconsin. Learn how to use and analyze the data to more effectively administer compensation and benefits in your organization.

Presenters: Pam Renick, Director of Surveys and Business Research
MRA- The Management Association, Inc. Mavis H. Luther, Human Resource
Consultant, Mavis Luther Consulting LLC

$50; $35 Nonprofit Center members and CDBG agencies

Mavis Luther

Mavis offers over twenty years of hands-on human resource management experience, dealing with everyday issues in an ever-changing work environment, where no two days are the same.  As a consultant, she works with profits and nonprofits to help her clients develop solutions that benefit the organization and the employees. 

A knowledgeable and effective presenter, Mavis has conducted numerous presentations on such topics as hiring, employee handbooks, performance appraisals, compensation and benefits.  She has been a guest speaker for the NonProfit Center of Milwaukee for many years.

Prior to starting her own consulting business in 2011, she worked for Wiplfi, LLP as a Manager of Human Resource Consulting and as a HR manager and director in both the retail and computer software sectors.

Mavis is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).   

She is a graduate of the University of WI-Milwaukee.

"I believe it is important to listen carefully to my client’s issues or concerns and provide practical solutions to their human resource issues that will make their organization more effective and efficient."

Pam Renick
Expertise

Pam is known as the “Director of Listening” – a strong advocate of the Voice of the Customer. She is MRA’s Director of Surveys and Business Research with a great success record in assessing organizations’ needs, developing compelling proposals, and delivering survey results which help businesses solve problems. With an extensive knowledge of business research, statistical methods, and strategic consulting experience, Pam is committed to listening to the needs of customers, employees and executive stakeholders as part of the workplace decision-making process. Whether collaborating on the details of a job description or compensation package, or determining the best way to analyze and present customer satisfaction results, Pam uses analytical tools to inform solutions and ground workplace strategies.

Key Accomplishments
  • Pam has served as an executive in charge of both Market Research and Marketing Departments, serving the needs of Fortune 500 companies as well as small businesses.
  • Pam is experienced in conducting research studies across a range of industries including associations, the automotive industry, consumer packaged goods, consumer electronics, telecommunications, utilities, manufacturing, retail, health care, and insurance.
  • Relying on an extensive background in primary and secondary research, custom and syndicated studies, qualitative and quantitative research, she specializes in strategy and turning marketing insights into business solutions.
Education

Pam has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Monmouth College. She has completed graduate work in statistics and organizational design at Marquette and University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

"Using data to deliver meaningful insights and actionable results."

Inclement weather policy: In person workshops will be cancelled for inclement weather when Milwaukee Public Schools are closed as announced by local news sources.

Cancellation policy: To receive a refund registrants must cancel 3 business days prior to the workshop or training.

Registration: You must complete payment in order to be considered registered for the workshop. If you will be attending without registering, we recommend that you call in advance to be sure that the workshop is still being held.

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