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WEBINAR: The Impact of Remote Work on Pay Strategies and Workplace Flexibility

  • Wed, December 15, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PST)
  • Online via Zoom


  • Member of South King County SHRM Chapter.
  • Members who have a webinar credit from the purchase of a 2020 Meal Deal package.
  • An individual who is not a member of the South King County SHRM Chapter.
  • An individual who is attending college full-time.

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Amy Stewart

Senior Content Marketing Manager, Payscale

After almost two years of working from home, remote work and the expectations employees have for workplace flexibility has shaken up the talent landscape, forcing organizations to reexamine their compensation strategies.  In this webinar, Payscale will present findings from their 2021 State of Remote Work Report, which includes analysis from crowdsourced data from over half a million employees and an employer survey with almost 700 responses from HR leaders and compensation professionals.  The presentation will cover employee expectations as well as job satisfaction and earnings.  We will also discuss how organizations are planning to return to work after the COVID-19 pandemic is over and how they are adjusting their pay strategies to accommodate more employees working from home at least some of the time going forward.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how remote work is impacting competition for talent
  • Gain insights into remote worker pay strategies
  • Provide data into the “new normal” of hybrid office structures
  • Walk away with timely and relevant information to help influence leadership regarding remote work and its impact on compensation

About Amy

Amy Stewart is a writer, speaker, marketer, and author of Payscale’s crowdsourced data-driven research reports, including the 2021 State of Remote Work Report.  She is passionate about progressivism and especially topics related to labor dynamics, including compensation and pay equity, widening wealth inequality, and the impact of technology and automation on the economy, business, government, and society.  Prior to joining Payscale, Amy was the director of marketing for AIM Consulting, helping organizations adopt modern technology development processes and drive digital transformation.  Amy was also previously a creative research analyst for Visible Technologies during the meteoric rise of Big Data when social media was a new tool for marketing, PR, and online reputation management.  Amy has a Master’s in Teaching and a Bachelor of Arts in English with honors from the University of Washington.  In addition to Payscale.com, she is a contributing writer to Fast Company, HR Executive, TLNT, and other business publications. 

Approved for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 HRCI (General) Credit

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