Competition for talent remains fierce as unemployement remains just above four percent in Oregon. Hiring has increased and engineers are in particular demand. To compete for talent, companies are adding perks and tweaking the design their total rewards packages. In Portland, we have a mix of hot startup companies and established public companies competing for talent. How can companies design strong cash and equity incentives to attract and retain talent in a highly competitive market?
Kyle Holm from Radford will lead a discussion on key trends in compensation, merit budgets, hiring, turnover and equity practices that are critical for companies as they navigate this rapidly changing landscape. Over dinner, attendees will engage in an interactive discussion on specific trends in Portland and share best practices.
TAO Leadership Exchanges provide unique opportunities for peer-to-peer discussions, solution sharing and idea generation. This event is only for senior-level human resource and finance leaders at TAO member tech companies. If you are interested in TAO membership or have questions on eligibility, please contact Theresa at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Susy Dunn, Chief People Officer at Zapproved|
|Carl Schmitt, Associate Partner at Radford|