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Pay Transparency: How to Win the War for Talent with Susan Lovegren

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Charlie Franklin
Susan Lovegren

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

The War for Talent - what is it, what caused it, and how to win it

The future of HR/comp/talent - what is it, and how can we get there?

Using openness as a competitive advantage

About The Hosts

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.

Susan Lovegren
EVP, CHRO, Board Member and Advisor

Susan most recently led the People and Culture team at Medallia and was an integral part of the team that led the Initial Public Offering in 2019. Susan previously served in Chief People Officer roles at AppDynamics, (acquired by Cisco) prior to their IPO, Juniper Networks and Plantronics. She also held Human Resources roles at Hewlett Packard and Agilent Technologies.

With more than 25 years in leadership at technology companies, Susan has a proven track record for creating employee experiences that enable people to thrive. This includes reinventing performance management practices, increased flexible work options and benefits that are customized for today’s contemporary workforce. She has consistently engaged in the “future of work” best practices and served on the Global Consortium to Reimagine HR, Employment Alternatives, Talent and the Enterprise, (CHREATE) project team with HR thought leaders and academic luminaries.

Over her career, Susan has supported women in technology through partnerships with the Anita Borg Institute, Grace Hopper Women in Computing, and Watermark. She received Watermark’s 2016 Advocacy Award and served on the advisory board of Catalyst. Susan is a member of the Advisory Boards for Betterworks, #NotMe, Espresa, Compa and Cronycle. She is also an Emeritus board member for Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Cruz County, as well as an active member of the Board of Trustees Executive Committee.

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