11th Annual HR Executive Conference
Given the importance of people and culture in A/E/C firms, EFCG started the HR Executive Conference in 2010 to focus on identifying and providing insight into global HR and compensation policies, issues, and metrics.
The HR Executive Conference is pre-approved for PHR, SPHR, and GPHR credits from the HR Certification Institute.
New York, NY
Capacity: Limited to 100
$2,300 1st attendee
$1,600 additional attendees
All participants are required to complete two detailed surveys, one focused on HR benefits, policies, costs, and strategies, and the other focused on company-wide compensation.
HR Survey Metrics
Diversity, inclusion initiatives, employee turnover, medical benefits/plans/costs, work environments, flexible work schedules, maternity/paternity leave, 401k and retirement benefits, ESOP benefits, paid-time off / vacation, life insurance, other benefits, HR impact on growth and profitability, HR performance measures, leadership development and training, and mentoring.
Compensation Survey Metrics
We have detailed compensation metrics for ~100,000 engineers, scientists, project managers, construction managers, etc. for ~80 A/E/C firms with $186 billion of aggregate revenues
Compensation metrics typically include: salary, cash performance bonus, ESOP bonus, signing bonus, referral bonus, spot bonus, long-term compensation (including stock bonus, stock options, deferred compensation, pension benefits, etc.), and other quantifiable benefits
Positions include: Executive officers (CEO, COO, CFO, CHRO, CIO, EVP, SVP, Controller, General Counsel, Marketing/Business Development, Safety, M&A), non-executive directors, project managers (I, II, and III), program managers, regional/division/profit center managers, engineers (Engineer I through Chief Engineer II), scientists (Scientist I through Chief Scientist), construction managers (CM I through CM VI), craft/technicians and other part-time staff, and board of directors
Additional criteria for benchmarks: by gender, by revenue responsibility, by location (regional or city), and by discipline (e.g. architecture, chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, geotechnical, mechanical, process, structural, transportation, or water/wastewater, biology, ecology, geology, hydrology, toxicology, urban planner),
All attendees receive confidential, industry-aggregated data reports and presentations.
Firms of Recent CHRO Speakers
(in alphabetical order)
Barge Design Solutions
Moffatt & Nichol
SNC Lavalin / Atkins