Central Texas Compensation & Benefits Association -  Austin, Texas

CTCBA Sponsors Booth at Texas Total Rewards Conference in Austin

The 2022 Texas Total Rewards Conference was held in late August in Austin and CTCBA was a proud sponsor of the event. This in-person conference was held at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Austin. More than 150 attendees participated in the event. There were professionals from the compensation and benefits profession who worked in both the public and private sector. Participants got to enjoy the benefits of keynote speakers and break out sessions where subject matter experts spoke on topics such as value propositions, case studies for retention strategies, low or no budget total rewards, mental health strategies and more. Next year, the conference is planned to take place in Irving. The conference alternates in the big four Texas cities: Austin, DFW, Houston and San Antonio.

Congrats to the CTCBA door prize winners!

The Central Texas Compensation and Benefits Association (CTCBA) was created with the purpose of helping its members learn and share compensation and benefits expertise.  CTCBA is also committed to promoting the professional practice of total rewards management in order to attract, retain and motivate employees. Total rewards are used to describe the complete rewards and recognition package that an employee receives. It includes employee pay, benefits and worker experience. Our mission is to identify and share innovative ideas that can be used as valuable takeaways to implement in your own organization.  

CTCBA hosts educational events via webinar or in-person event every other month. Our events are HRCI and SHRM approved for PDCs. If you are looking for an opportunity to grow your network and expand your knowledge about Total Rewards, Compensation and Benefits consider joining. We offer four membership levels at affordable costs.

CTCBA supports and promotes WorldatWork and maintains membership in the WorldatWork Local Network. 


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