Vice President, Global Compensation, Benefits, HR Systems & People Analytics @ Elastic
VP Global Rewards, Systems, People Analytics & Services @ Palo Alto Networks
VP Total Rewards & Systems @ Palo Alto Networks
Certificate of Human Resources Professional (CHRP) @
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Vice President, Total Rewards @ Blue Shield of California (BSC) has been a leading quality health insurance provider for 70 years, with a mission to ensure all Californians have access to high-quality health care at an affordable price. Located in San Francisco reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer, as the Vice President of Total Rewards I
Vice President, Total Rewards @ Blue Shield of California (BSC) has been a leading quality health insurance provider for 70 years, with a mission to ensure all Californians have access to high-quality health care at an affordable price. Located in San Francisco reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer, as the Vice President of Total Rewards I am responsible for the overall philosophy, strategy, design, management, communications, and administration of Blue Shield of California’s Total Rewards elements – compensation, benefits and retirement. I work closely with senior executives of the organization and the senior leaders of the human resources team designing plans and programs, ensuring that competitive pay and benefits practices are adhered to, and providing guidance and feedback on the effectiveness of existing offerings. From September 2013 to Present (2 years 2 months) San Francisco Bay AreaVP Global Rewards @ McCain is the worlds’ potato company. One of the largest manufacturers of frozen potato specialties, we also produce other foods, including pizza, appetizers, oven meals, juice and desserts. The company’s productions can be found in thousands of restaurants and supermarket freezers in more than 160 countries around the globe. A privately owned company based in Florenceville, New Brunswick and Toronto, Ontario, Canada, McCain generates annual sales in excess of CDN$6 billion, employs approximately 20,000 people and operates 50 production facilities on six continents. McCain also owns The Day & Ross Transportation Group – based in Hartland, New Brunswick – one of the largest transportation companies in Canada.
Located in Toronto, responsible for the Company’s global compensation and benefits function, including executive compensation, global grading, global mobility, and overall governance model including guidelines, programs, processes and tools used world-wide. As a member of the global human resources team, collaborate with regional and functional partners to deliver transformational and integrated human resources services to the business. From April 2013 to September 2013 (6 months) Toronto, Canada AreaVP, Global Compensation Group @ The Global Compensation Group provides leadership and guidance in the development and delivery of effective compensation strategies, policies, and programs that support TDBG buisiness and talent objectives. We supports all aspect of compensation under Total Value including compensation planning, governance, reporting, mergers & acquisitions, program design, incentive, equity and other forms of both long and short-term compensation, research, global mobility and in-house consulting to our Human Resource partners through our advisory team. With a broad range of expertise, our teams are located in Toronto, ON; London, ON; Mount Laurel, NJ; Portland, ME; Greenville, SC and Leeds, UK. Accomplishments include: Led a global team of over 90 employees with a broad range of expertise and architected a multi-jurisdictional total compensation strategy known as the Global Compensation Playbook; Top award for ‘Best Disclosure’ of executive compensation in the 2011 proxy circular; A ‘Vote For’ recommendation from ISS with over 96% Say on Pay shareholder result; Significant banking regulatory activity, with multiple in-depth responses to OSFI, Federal Reserve, FSA, Basel, Dodd-Frank, etc., and institutional shareholder reviews with Glass Lewis and ISS; Advised and counseled HR Committee (HRC) of the Board of Directors on key compensation initiatives with very positive feedback from the HRC’s external consultant. From July 2010 to March 2013 (2 years 9 months) Toronto, Canada AreaVP, Total Value Advisory Group @ Managed a $1.6 billion year-end compensation process for 70 variable incentive plans with direct accountability for executive compensation; Planned and managed an annual operating budget of over $5 million; Supported international growth by constructing comprehensive total reward packages for over 400 senior executive appointments including complex tax, immigration and relocation details; Led total compensation activities of various US acquisitions including Commerce Bank, TD Banknorth, Chrysler Financial and MBNA (Credit Cards); Successfully launched a global ‘eComp’ system housing 87,000 employee compensation decisions and a Global Compensation Hub for HR Executives; Led various team capability-building modules such as ‘Flawless Consulting’, ‘How to Make Total Value Recommendations’, ‘Executive Orientation’. From May 2006 to July 2010 (4 years 3 months) Toronto, Canada AreaDirector Compensation and Benefits @ Role was expanded to include overall strategic direction of the company’s Compensation, Benefits, Pension and HR Operations programs; Project lead on several corporate-wide initiatives, including a sales compensation redesign, the launch of a national employee wellness program (‘HealthRoads’), and key contact on the global payroll/benefits administration outsourcing to Hewitt; Managed executive compensation as directed by PepsiCo US; Led a team of eight professionals, including a manager and three specialists. From 2004 to 2006 (2 years) Toronto, Canada AreaDirector Compensation @ Provided compensation consulting across all lines of business in Canada; Developed a total rewards strategy and launched to salaried employees, including personalized ‘Employee Value Statements’; Managed compensation program delivery, including salary planning, incentive calibration, and year-end stock grants; Developed and consulted with senior management on the design of new and existing incentive plans; Led the Salaried Job Evaluation Committee, and provided direction to the Hourly Committee, including consultation on union negotiations. From 2002 to 2004 (2 years) Toronto, Canada AreaCompensation Prime @ Project Leader in the compensation redesign for Retail Banking jobs; Executive compensation design for CIBC’s joint venture with Barclays in Barbados; Co-compensation Prime on the HR CIBC/Merrill Lynch integration team. From 2002 to 2002 (less than a year) Toronto, Canada AreaManager Compensation @ Worked with senior leadership and the HR teams in the U.S. and Canada to develop and implement corporate programs, i.e., year-end bonus, equity programs, salary policies, etc.; Project Leader in the development of a corporate-wide job evaluation system, including the establishment of a Pay Equity Committee to comply with Quebec legislation; Managed the firm’s severance program, including establishing projections and financial provisions, calculating offers, through to reconciling transactions for audit purposes; With a team of 2 Compensation Analysts, responded to a vast array of inquiries/requests from all levels and areas of the firm, within tight timelines. From 2000 to 2002 (2 years) Toronto, Canada AreaSenior Manager, Compensation @ Project Leader in the compensation redesign, delivery and implementation of various initiatives, i.e., mortgage and insurance variable pay programs and domestic relocation policy; As a Portfolio Manager with a team of 3, provided internal clients with customized and strategic compensation solutions based on solid research and analysis, i.e., conducted base salary reviews; Advised senior executives in the development of the Bank’s short and long-range compensation strategies that reflect corporate goals and values such as the Balanced Scorecard performance methodology, Deferred Stock Unit Plan, etc.; Bank’s internal/external representative for a variety of compensation committees, i.e., responded to Staff Ombuds and ScotiaAction requests. From 1997 to 2000 (3 years) Toronto, Canada AreaSenior Compensation Consultant @ With a team of 4 compensation staff, managed a compensation portfolio of senior executives, including the Chairman and CAO’s office; Project Leader for implementation of Position Management module for newly acquired HRIS PeopleSoft; Designed job family classification structure, apprenticeship programs and cooperative and student programs, and management a pay-for-performance pilot.
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Assistant Researcher From 1990 to 1997 (7 years) Toronto, Canada Area
Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Total Rewards @ WorldatWork From 1995 to 1999 Certificate of Human Resources Professional (CHRP), Human Resources Management and Services @ Human Resources Professional Association From 1990 to 1994 Commercial Studies, Finance & Economics @ The University of Western Ontario From 1988 to 1990 Evelyn CHRP is skilled in: Incentive Programs, Deferred Compensation, Employee Engagement, Executive Pay, Personnel Management, Performance Management, Talent Management, Human Resources, Incentives, Succession Planning, Workforce Planning, HRIS, Mergers, Onboarding, Organizational..., Employee Relations, Job Evaluation, Organizational..., Employee Benefits, Organizational Design, Leadership, Compensation & Benefit
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