Time to Rethink How You Set Compensation Levels in the “New” Normal?

    May 20, 2022 @ 11:39 AM / by Catherine Tylke



    Come and hear Morgan Crosby and Jordan Blue speak at the 2022 WorldatWork Annual Conference & Exhibition about how the pandemic has caused the workforce to assess where they live and where they work, prompting them to select locations where they prefer to live. 


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    As a result of this shift, we believe that compensation professionals will need to group the labor market in to the four categories of:

    • locally focused roles,
    • professional roles,
    • national roles and
    • global roles. 

    Additional sources of information will be required to set pay levels, as the cost of labor data alone will no longer be sufficient for determining compensation for the long-term. Join us to prepare for these changes.

    Make sure that you register for the conference where, in addition to hearing our session, you'll get to network with peers, meet solution providers, learn about innovative practices and hone your technical and soft skills in an engaging and supportive environment. 

    We hope to see you there!

    Contact Morgan Crosby


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    Catherine Tylke

    Written by Catherine Tylke

    Catherine joined AIRINC in 2008 as a data surveyor. Based in AIRINC’s Brussels office, she conducted over 35 on-site surveys in nearly 30 countries before joining the Business Development team in Europe in 2011. In her current role, Catherine assists the European team with responses to tenders, works as project coordinator for AIRINC’s consulting department, and provides support for AIRINC’s Product Management and Marketing activities in Europe. She received her B.A. in Comparative Literature in French and Spanish from Brown University in 2005, which included a semester abroad in Santiago de Chile. A native English speaker, she grew up in Brussels, Belgium and is fluent in French and Spanish.