CTCBA 

November Educational Luncheon - Stephen DeBellis, Founder and Principal Consultant, DeBellis Partners

  • November 09, 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Crowne Plaza Hotel, IH 35 and US 290E, Austin

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What to Do When Little or No Compensation Program Exists

You arrive on your new job or assignment full of energy and optimism only to learn that there is no existing program, processes, or policy, and there are management members lining up outside the door with interesting challenges for you. What do you do?

 

Come learn how to build the foundation of a compensation program that requires less time and effort and that will enable you to build a more sophisticated compensation program over time. Come learn how to document and rank jobs when there are dated or no job descriptions, analyze market data, form salary and career boxes, establish an initial performance management process, and more.

 

The presentation will include planning tools to assist you with planning programs, documenting jobs, costing salary programs, developing salary structures, and related actions.

 

Stephen De Bellis is the Principal Compensation Consultant and Founder of De Bellis Partners. The theme of Stephen’s career has been original design and/or major revitalization of existing compensation programs, including the entire cycle of development, from assessing and planning to implementation and administration, as well as performance management and automation of compensation processes. 

His experience includes roles in national consulting, corporate compensation management, and program development, within corporate, headquarter, and divisional environments. 

Stephen has worked in both the public and private sectors, in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations from start-up to Fortune 100 organizations, such as the RAND Corporation, MIT, GE, and Honeywell, and in such industries as technology, research and development, engineering, lean manufacturing, Life Science, healthcare, biotech, higher education, municipalities, and insurance. 

Stephen holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree, cum laude, is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) with WorldatWork, and is a member of the Central Texas Compensation and Benefits Association (CTCBA). Stephen has taught the Beyond-the Basics Advanced Compensation Module for the SHRM affiliate, Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA).  

 

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