Ladies and gentlemen of the New York Compensation Association, we are pleased to kick off our Spring 2018 season with a presentation on "The Modernization of Pay", by Nancy Romanyshyn and Heather Marshall of Willis Towers Watson.
This session, our first of 2018, will discuss how:
- Changes and trends in the workforce are affecting how organizations approach Total Rewards
- The ever-changing employer/employee relationship is impacting how organizations can achieve effective and sustainable pay for performance
- Emerging legislation and increasing pay transparency are changing the conversation around rewards and the employee value proposition
It is sure to be an exciting session, and relevant to each of us, given the recent WorldatWork discussions around the rapidly evolving nature of rewards programs and the "new" employee value proposition.
Heather Marshall is a Director in the Executive Compensation Practice of Willis Towers Watson in New York City. She spent over 10 years consulting in the U.K. before relocating to the U.S. in 2014 and has direct experience with both European and North American pay practices.
Her main areas of focus have been advising Compensation Commitees and management on reviewing compensation packages; the design of global incentive plans including metric selection, technical calibration and costing reviews; and shareholder consultation exercises. She is also an expert in compensation disclosure, working with clients in the U.S. and Europe to tackle the regulatory and communicative aspects of technical pay disclosure.
Heather holds a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics from Edinburgh University, and in 2008 she completed the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators ("ICSA") certificate in Employee Share Plans, finishing at the top of her class with distinction. In 2017 she co-authored a guide on developing impactful CD&As.
Nancy Romanyshyn is a Senior Consultant and Project Manager with Willis Towers Watson's New York Rewards Practice, with over 18 years of experience. She provides expertise in: salary structure design and implementation, competitive pay analysis and market assessments, job documentation, and job evaluation.
Nancy is part of the global pay equity team at WTW, with a focus on the U.S. market. She recently covered pay equity issues in various articles written for the Willis Towers Watson Wire and WTW Viewpoints.
Nancy holds a B.A. in Psychology from Fairfield University and became a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) in 1995.