This position is resposible for designing and maintaining complex sales compensation programs that attract, motivate and retain employees. You will manage a team responsible for non-executive compensation programs including competitive pay structures and bonus programs, ensuring compliance with program and plan rules, laws and regulations as well as SOX compliance.Design of new and changes to existing bonus programs. Strong knowledge of compensation principles.
In this role, you will establish and maintain effective working relationships with field sales and relationship management staff in assigned regions; partner closely with assigned field leadership to drive sales and relationship management execution, training, and pipeline management (both new and in-force).
In this role, the selected candidate will be the subject matter expert for the executive compensation function; help design, develop and manage all aspects of the global executive compensation programs ensuring that they meet the needs of the business and are market competitive.
The Compensation Manager takes overall Group/Division responsibility for managing day-to-day Compensation activities and providing timely and accurate expert advice relating to all aspects of compensation according to the policies in place.
In this role, the selected candidate will continually update sites as requirements change each year or as often as needed (this includes benefit class matrix, requirements document, rates, permissions, field options, site text and any open items on questions log).
The Global Payroll & Benefits Manager will serve as the subject matter expert in the areas of Payroll, HRIS and employee benefits. This role will work cross-functionally and is expected to effectively build, lead and manage the team, consisting of a staff of two managing both Payroll (via ADP systems). The incumbent will also manage 3 global payroll specialists.
In this role, the selected candidate will resolve payroll discrepancies by collecting and analyzing information, and processing one-off reimbursements; maintain payroll operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed change.