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  • 6 Sep 2019 1:18 PM | Deleted user

    ROLE SUMMARY The Compensation and Benefits Manager is an integral part of the organization and is responsible for ensuring our compensation policies and benefit offerings are competitive with the market and meet the needs of current and future Emerald Expositions employees.
    The Compensation and Benefits Manager serves as a trusted advisor to our People & Culture partners and business leaders to inform and execute our Total Rewards strategy. Utilizing data analytics, expert-level knowledge of the market and trends, and internal partnerships with Finance, Human Resources, and the CSuite, you will mature our benefits and compensation strategy to ensure our rewards remain equitable, competitive, and aligned with Emerald’s strategy and business goals. In addition to informing our overall reward strategy, this role owns the day-to-day administration of benefits and compensation plans, and will support ongoing reward and recognition projects to ensure Emerald continues to attract, retain, and motivate the best people. 
    This position provides an opportunity for a strategic, hands-on, data-driven professional to influence significant change within our dynamic organization.
    • Serve as administrator for benefit programs including medical, dental, vision, life, disability and other leaves of absence, flexible spending, commuter benefits, 401k, COBRA, and wellness programs • Lead annual plan renewal in conjunction with benefit vendors and broker, including integrating feedback from internal stakeholders, market research, and cost analysis into recommendations • Maintain expert level knowledge of trends and legal changes in the compensation and benefits, world with specific knowledge of regulations in the locations in which Emerald has employees (including California and New York City) to ensure plan and policy compliance • Serve as the main point of contact for employee inquiries related to compensation and benefits, including communication of relevant information and policies through trainings, intranet resources, and other means of internal communication  • Maintain accurate and current records in all relevant systems • Compile data to satisfy all mandatory state and federal benefits reporting 
    • Develop, administer, and maintain compensation and incentive programs including base pay, short and long-term incentives, sales compensation, executive compensation, and other forms of variable compensation
    • Leverage analysis of internal metrics and external market survey data to inform annual budgeting, career planning, new hire offers, and merit rewards • Conduct job analysis to create and maintain job classifications and associated compensation ranges, including supporting diligence required to integrate acquired companies into existing pay structure • Compile reports to satisfy requests for compensation related data from C-Suite, Finance, HR, and other business leaders • Manage special projects related to compensation
    • 7+ years of compensation and benefits plan administration, with at least two years of functional ownership • Specific experience in the design and administration of sales incentive and executive compensation plans, with a strong understanding of the needs of a public organization • Research and analysis capabilities that support the creation of data-driven strategic recommendations • Clear, concise written and verbal communication skills that can flex to meet the needs of C-level executives, People & Culture team, Finance, and general staff • A diplomatic, professional approach to internal partnerships with an understanding of the interdependencies and data flow between relevant departments   • Working knowledge of ADP, Salesforce, and/or related HRIS and reporting tools
    Interested candidates should submit a resume here: Please indicate where you heard about this role in your application. 
    ABOUT EMERALD EXPOSITIONS At Emerald Expositions, we create experiences and events that delight and inspire. Emerald is a leading operator of business-to-business trade shows in the United States with a presence in multiple diversified industry sectors including sports, jewelry, photography, general merchandise, food, and hospitality & retail design. Our trade shows are complemented by industry analysis and market intelligence from our awardwinning publications and websites. Last year Emerald’s events connected over 500,000 executives, professionals, creatives, and entrepreneurs at more than 55 trade shows, as well as numerous other face-toface events.
    Our team is comprised of over 500 innovators, creators, and influencers. We offer competitive rewards including a full suite of health and wellness benefits, flexible time off, and a generous parental leave policy. In addition, we have created an engaging, collaborative, and empowering work environment in each of our offices throughout the US. If you want to be challenged in an invigorating and dynamic environment where you can have a direct impact on the audience you support, you belong at Emerald.  

  • 9 Aug 2019 3:06 PM | Susan Mathew (Administrator)

    Posted on behalf of Green Key Resources:

    Prominent environmental action organization is looking for a Compensation Manager.  If you are interested in hearing more, please email a copy of your resume to

    Kayla Nakagawa, Executive Recruiter, Green Key Resources

    DIRECT: 646-927-0044,

    Job Description:

    • Develop short- and long-range objectives for a Total Compensation strategy and ensure success through analysis and insights of programs, staff, and market trends. • Ensure that compensation programs are aligned with the overall organizational goals and objectives, directly manage the design, implementation and administration of compensation programs including job evaluation, salary structure development and administration, and recognition programs. • Develop and manage annual compensation programs, including salary and merit increases, equity and benchmarking reviews, and promotions. • Develop total compensation budget during annual process and maintain throughout the year, including • Evaluate, level, and determine the market value for new and existing jobs • Conduct ad hoc compensation analyses and projects as well as compensation benchmark assessments; actively seek market intelligence and industry-specific data to make informed decisions. • Participate in external salary surveys, including salary survey submission and analysis of data. • Develop compensation proposals for newly promoted and newly hired employees (both executive and non-executive). • Work with Benefits Manager to ensure all integrated total rewards programs (compensation and benefits) meet the needs of the employees and are aligned with the market. • Work with the Benefits Manager and external broker on annual renewal negotiations and present proposed changes and costs in a total rewards framework,

  • 6 Jun 2019 2:47 PM | Matthew Perez (Administrator)

    Full Title: Specialist, Global Compensation Intelligence & Advisory


    McKinsey & Company is a global management consulting firm that helps leading corporations and organizations make distinctive, lasting, and substantial improvements in their performance. Over more than nine decades, the firm’s primary objective has remained constant: to serve senior leaders as their most trusted external advisor on critical issues facing their organizations.

    With approximately 9,000 consultants deployed from 106 locations in more than 60 countries, McKinsey advises companies, governments, and non-profit organizations on a full spectrum of challenges and opportunities. The firm’s clients reflect the global nature of the organization. Around 40% are in Europe, 35% in the Americas, 15% in Asia Pacific and 10% in the Middle East and Africa.

    In recent years, McKinsey has expanded into a variety of professional services models to innovate the firm and consulting profession. For instance, New Ventures is a recently created group within McKinsey focused on fostering innovations and integrating them into client work. It provides a foundation for—and deepens the investment in—the culture of entrepreneurialism, which has long been a hallmark of the firm. McKinsey has expanded the talent model to attract people with diverse backgrounds: mathematicians, data scientists, designers, software engineers, implementation experts, and entrepreneurs.

    Despite the global reach, McKinsey is designed to operate as one firm with a single global partnership united by a strong set of values, focused on client impact.  Most recently, we have created and rapidly grown our Global Compensation Function (GCF) to help shape global compensation approaches and provide expertise on compensation design and delivery.

    Role overview

    The Global Compensation Intelligence and Advisory Specialist will have the opportunity to help engage on a range of initiatives within the broader GCF.  Some example activities may include:

    ·         Leading market benchmarking projects to assess our pay positioning for a set of roles or geographies and to ensure we have a pulse of market compensation across our talent profiles

    ·         Building relationships with leading global compensation consulting firms in support of high-impact projects

    ·         Collaborating with talent management and HR colleagues to assess local compensation structures and determine whether ranges should be modified

    ·         Monitoring external market compensation trends so that our compensation practices are relevant and attract and retain top talent

    ·         Developing incentive designs grounded with best practice approaches

    ·         Assisting in the annual year-end compensation decision-making process

    ·         Conducting planned and ad hoc analyses in support of high-level compensation initiatives for the Firm’s Compensation Policy Committee

    The Ideal Candidate

    The ideal candidate is an analytical problem solver who strives for continuous improvement. He or she has a background in compensation and has supported external clients or internal compensation teams. Experience working on projects covering some of the following is desired: pay philosophy review, benchmarking analyses, range development, job architecture, incentive design, performance management linkage to compensation, comp due diligence in M&A, Comp Committee materials prep, market pricing, and proxy analyses.

    To be effective in this role, the individual should have strong communication skills, confidence, maturity, and the ability to interact as a peer to Firm partners. Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail, along with a collaborative working style and approach are necessary. Stellar analytical capability and Microsoft Excel dexterity are a must.

    The candidate should be able to influence across McKinsey’s global, decentralized professional environment. He or she should be bright, intellectually curious, and have an engaging and personable style. The ability to gain credibility quickly and build relationships across the firm will be important in contributing to this function.

    The candidate should be entrepreneurial and self-directed with the initiative to build, create, and innovate capability-building programs. He or she should demonstrate a record of high-impact problem-solving and strong sense of ownership with the ability to create structure in ambiguous situations. He or she should be resourceful, able to analyze a situation, distill the true need, formulate recommendations, and create a fact-based case to support findings by thinking creatively about how to get the job done and work around obstacles.

    A strong understanding of current trends in compensation and interest in monitoring changes to the compensation landscape, coupled with a familiarity of compensation best practices and experience working on global initiatives is preferred. He or she should have strong experience contributing to initiatives from strategy to execution to results using a change-agent mindset.

    Preferred locations: New York City, New York & Atlanta, Georgia

  • 20 Mar 2019 9:14 PM | Deleted user


    • As part of a collaborative Global HR team, this position provides Corporate Compensation services to support strategic goals of the HR Department.
    • This role will provide direct analytical support to the Sr. Manager, Compensation regarding the development and execution of various compensation programs and projects to ensure competitive, compliant, and motivating compensation for the Company. Assist in administration of annual salary planning programs.   Ensure flawless execution of the annual compensation planning process (merit, bonus, LTI).  Support organizations through job evaluation activities across multiple areas (i.e. Marketing, IT, Finance, etc.).  Under general direction from the Sr. Manager, Compensation.

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  • 20 Mar 2019 8:51 PM | Deleted user

    Position Summary:

    The Sr. Analyst, Compensation role reports to the Sr. Director of Total Rewards and helps manage the communication, design, implementation, and administration of A+E Network’s compensation programs, including job evaluations, salary surveys, merit planning and annual incentives. 


    • Conduct job evaluations and provide recommendations to People Partners.
    • Participate in annual salary surveys and review and update salary grades as necessary.
    • Monitor and review executive contracts renewals, newly executed contracts, and execute payments accordingly.
    • Update participant list and award amounts for the Long Term Incentive Plan, and create and distribute annual grant agreements.
    • Set up configuration, conduct testing, and manage the administration of global year-end compensation processes on the Workday platform (merit and annual incentive awards).
    • Manage the creation and distribution of year-end Rewards Statements.
    • Maintain and audit business processes, incentive targets, incentive payout rules, and job profiles.
    • Create ad-hoc reports, compensation modeling, and analysis as necessary.
    • Work on miscellaneous compensation and People Team projects e.g. the rollout of Performance Management in Workday.
    • Collaborate with HRIS Administrator and/or other People Team members to improve HR processes.


    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • Minimum of 4 years compensation experience preferably within a media environment
    • Strong project management skills in order to proactively manage deadlines and organize and prioritize deliverables.
    • Solutions oriented with the ability to interact on a consultative basis with People Partners, managers, and employees at all levels.
    • Ability to work independently, and initiative to handle increasing responsibility over time
    • Work well in a team environment and be willing to pitch in and help with HR projects
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with a sensitivity to confidentiality
    • Strong Excel skills
    • Hands-on knowledge of Workday
    • Knowledge of government regulations, FLSA, minimum wages etc.

    Submit resumes to Gerri Potts at .

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