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Meet compACT at Total Rewards 2016 – Booth #407 and Monday Demo

What is the impact of compensation on your company?

Total Rewards 2016 Monday (June 6) Demo:  4:30-5:30
Best Practices With or Without Compensation Software

 

 

Total Rewards 2016 World at Work - cmopACT is an Exhibitor

Impact your World is the theme for 2016 Total Rewards, and as CEO of Kinixsys – creators of compACT compensation software – we like to create impact.  I’d like to personally invite you to discover the impact of compensation on your organization and how to measure it.

Plus we are giving away 3 World at Work books each day at Booth #407 (maybe to you, drop by to see :-).

My team of compensation pros will also be on hand to help with questions. I’ll also be presenting if you’d like to connect on Monday 4:30-5:30. Hope to see you in San Diego.

Michael Thathuvaswamy, CEO |  877-477-8233

Download 2016 Compensation Impact Report (PDF)

The Compensation Impact Report - Why Compensation Software Matters to Small, Mid-Tier, and Enterprise Businesses

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$90,000 Healthcare Case Study PDF

“We use a rather cumbersome Excel Spreadsheet for compensation management within our 1,200+ employee organization. Requiring excessive man-hours to maintain, this approach is error prone while constraining our ability to make appropriate salary/wage adjustments in a timely manner.

Because of these deficiencies, we perpetually run the risks of losing key employees to competitors. An example would be the loss of a higher-end employee for whom we were remiss in maintaining their salary at a competitive level.

The ultimate cost to us was the equivalent of their annual $90K+ salary when taking into account the recruitment of a replacement, training and the lag time for the new employee to get to full productivity”. CFO, California Hospital