Date: 21 Sep 2016, 8:30 - 11:30
Host: Mercer, Teknikerbyen 1, 2830 Virum
Are you a Danish company transitioning from a structure of Danes traveling back and forth to US, now considering putting your first set of permanent employees in US? Even if you already have a US staff, you might value knowing more about how to incentivize your US workforce, to attract and retain the best talent.
30 members and guests joined us to learn from Mercer, Maersk, Radiometer and US companies, how to set the right levels of salary and incentives, as well as what kinds of packages exist in the different industries and company sizes. If you missed it, you can find a summary here.
Welcome by DABF
Einar Dyrhauge, Executive Director, Danish-American Business Forum
Setting Incentives for your US workforce
Claus Henriksen, Principal and Country Leader Talent Denmark, Mercer
What to pay attention to when setting up incentive programs in US. Differences in incentive programs (DK – US) and remuneration mix as a function of job level and industry
Practical Advice: Maersk case
Graham Kavanagh, Global Head of Performance and Rewards, Maersk Line
Graham is Global Head of Performance and Rewards for Maersk Line, having previously managed the Maersk Group’s global Compensation approach to top 150 Executives. Throughout his time with Maersk he has implemented and managed a Global Short Term Incentive, Share based Long Term Incentives, Global Mobility and all other elements of Rewards at a Senior Executive level and broad employee level. At the event, he talked about what works for Maersk in the US market, as well as some practical advice from what he’s learned over the years
Networking and Coffee Break
Learnings from Radiometer/Danaher, Hershey, and General Mills US
Jennifer Reilly, VP Human Resources and Communications, Radiometer
Jennifer has newly landed in Denmark with a fantastic background from working in US with executive compensation issues for major corporations since 1997. She shared her learnings from a US angle on what to do and what NOT to do!
Panel discussion with Q&A
End of session