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Public Pension Staffing: Trends in Compensation, Benefits, and Workforce Developments

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  • On: 10/05/2022 10:58:56
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NCPERS will host a webinar on October 19 highlighting findings from the 2022 Public Pension Compensation Survey.

NCPERS is publishing its inaugural Public Pension Compensation Survey, featuring comprehensive data on compensation and benefits packages for executives at more than 150 public pension funds. These funds represent over 9 million active and retired individuals and almost 12,000 staff positions.

On October 19, NCPERS will host a webinar titled "Public Pension Staffing: Trends in Compensation, Benefits, and Workforce Developments."

Register now to:
  • Learn about the key findings from NCPERS 2022 Public Pension Compensation Survey;
  • Hear from Oregon PERS Director Kevin Olineck about how the organization successfully embraced remote work to retain and attract talent;
  • Get perspectives on how to address various workforce challenges, including managing intergenerational teams and succession planning;
  • Learn about broader employee recruitment and retention trends and get tips for attracting top applicants;
  • And much more.

Panelists include Dan Cummings, Denver Managing Director, EFL Associates; Hank Kim, Executive Director and Counsel, NCPERS; Kevin Olineck, Director, Oregon Public Employees Retirement System; and William SaintAmour, Executive Director, Cobalt Community Research.

The webinar will be recorded and available on demand. Learn more and register here


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