Ken has 30 years of experience consulting in all facets of human resources including linkage to business strategy, globalization, engagement, incentive design, broad branding, and employer branding. Ken has worked with numerous organizations to help them achieve breakthrough value creation through their people and is a frequent speaker on the topic.
He holds an MBA from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and a BA in psychology from Northwestern University.
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With impeccable timing, the ever-popular Jim Klein returns to fill us in on how political developments, such as the elections, are likely to affect the future of benefits and compensation practices, as well as retirement practices, throughout the country.
You won’t want to miss the American Benefits Council president’s balanced point of view and quick wit.
This will be followed by a one hour employer panel discussion on Lessons Learned in First Year of ACA Reporting at no extra charge. Gain insight from the following panel members. Jerry Karlin, Director with Deloitte, will moderate.
Note: We will be collecting for Harvesters again this year. Remember to bring your canned goods or a donation to the meeting.
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