Pay Transparency 2.0: How Total Rewards leaders move beyond compliance

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Cassandra LammersSVP Total Rewards
The New York Times
Charlie FranklinCo-founder & CEO

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

Lessons learned from pay transparency 1.0 and how Total Reward leaders prepare for what’s coming next

How to design and implement a pay transparency policy that goes beyond compliance

New strategies to ensure consistency, transparency, and equity in Total Rewards.

About The Speakers

Cassandra Lammers
Senior Vice President, Total Rewards at The New York Times

Cassandra Lammers is a workplace equity-focused total rewards leader who has designed, implemented and administered a wide range of global compensation and benefits programs. She maintains a hands-on approach to market-competitive programs and has developed and implemented global best-in-class job architecture and career path frameworks to drive business goals. She focuses her work on standing up strategies and standards to ensure consistency, transparency, and equity in Total Rewards. Cassandra has 18 years of experience in Total Rewards leadership roles at The New York Times, Audible, Samsung, G.E. and Lucent Technologies. 

Charlie Franklin
Co-founder & CEO, Compa

Charlie Franklin is the Co-founder & CEO of Compa, a VC-backed startup with the mission to make compensation fair and competitive for everyone. Compa delivers software for enterprise talent acquisition and total rewards teams to enter the era of pay transparency. 

Charlie has more than a decade of experience in HR roles, mostly focused on compensation matters. He started his career at Mercer, a leading global HR consulting firm, where he advised on compensation strategy and people analytics to organizations ranging from Fortune 100 financial services companies to government agencies and technology startups. He subsequently led executive compensation and people strategy at Juniper Networks, and most recently led HR M&A and global mobility at Workday prior to founding Compa.

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