8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
The U.S. economy has added jobs for 100 consecutive months. For Michigan, this has translated into a competitive labor market for employers looking to attract and retain key talent. However, despite the low unemployment and growing economy, wage growth for many has been modest at best. This may be changing. Recent data suggests that employees may finally be reaping the rewards of the expanding economy. This informative session will shed light on recent wage trends and provide highlights from the 2019 ASE Compensation Surveys.
This executive briefing will include a review of:
- salary movement
- variable compensation, and
- important economic factors that have impacted local salaries.
Kevin Marrs, Vice President, American Society of Employers
Jason Rowe, Manager, Survey Services, American Society of Employers