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    GGFHRA September Meeting: Total Rewards and Compensation

    Date: September 15, 2022, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    This meeting is available virtually through Zoom on in-person at the Hope Church Big Connection Center. Our speaker will be presenting virtually.
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    Event Overview:

    Recent world events have dramatically changed what employees value and the competition for talent, but have you changed your total rewards approach as an employer?

    Between new compensation strategies for a highly competitive market, transformed workplaces, and a focus on crucial areas such as diversity, equity and inclusion and mental health, there are new trends everywhere.

    This fast-paced session will give you highlights of what you need to know, along with a deep dive on compensation for now and the future, so you are prepared!


    Learning Objectives Include:

    • Explore the competitive, economic, social and political environment in which your organization operates and how this impacts your total rewards strategy.
    • Use this information to determine how total rewards and workplace trends may impact your organization so you can strategically and proactively respond.
    • Collaborate with participants to discuss designing solutions to these issues and opportunities.
    • Analyze how the compensation landscape has changed with a significant increase in competition in a tight labor market.
    • Apply these learnings to common situations that you may be facing in your organization.

    *Approved for 1 SHRM Credit and 1 HRCI Credit*


    Speaker Bio:

    Megan Nail, CCP, SHRM-SCP, CEBS, SPHR-CA, Vice President, Consulting & Total Rewards

    As vice president of Consulting & Total Rewards, Megan advises clients on how to meet their organization’s goals through total rewards and compensation strategy. She builds and designs valuable compensation structures that attract, engage and retain top talent.

    With over 16 years of experience as a volunteer leader at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Megan has invested in building and strengthening the HR community. She is currently the national Membership Advisory Council representative for the North Central Region, which is the highest volunteer leadership level within SHRM. She is also the immediate past state director for HR Indiana SHRM.

    Megan attended Purdue University, where she graduated summa cum laude with a Master of Science in organizational communication. Megan also received a summa cum laude Bachelor of Arts degree in communication management from the University of Dayton. Megan most recently served as vice president, Total Rewards Practice at First Person (acquired by NFP in 2021) and senior Human Resources & Compensation manager at Faegre Baker Daniels law firm.

    Outside the office, Megan enjoys supporting local sports teams, reading, and visiting her favorite Indianapolis restaurant, Iozzo’s Garden of Italy. She also loves spending time with her family and her two sons.



    This meeting is available virtually through Zoom on in-person at the Hope Church Big Connection Center. Our speaker will be presenting virtually.

    11:30am - 12:00pm: Lunch & Networking

    12:00pm - 1:00pm: Meeting

    Directions: Park on the North side of the Grand Cities Mall in front of Hope Church (towards the West side of the mall). Enter the Hope Church main door (the door that is furthest West). The Big Connection Center can be found on the right side of the lobby area.

    Please feel free to bring a brown bag lunch or stop by the Red Shed Smokehouse food truck parked in the Tubs of Fun parking lot on the east side of the Grand Cities Mall!