IDAEXPO+ education Session
Making Your Money ‘Mind’ – Without Losing Yours!
Wednesday, April 24 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
“Building Strategic Compensation Training” is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of how to develop and implement effective compensation strategies in the workplace. This training is tailored to address the unique needs of your organization, particularly in the context of overhead door businesses.
Key Takeaways for Attendees:
- Understanding Compensation Fundamentals: You will gain a solid foundation in compensation principles, including the different types of compensation, market benchmarks, and regulatory considerations specific to the overhead door industry.
- Customized Compensation Plans: Learn how to create compensation plans that align with your organization’s goals and values, while also considering industry standards and employee expectations.
- Performance-Driven Compensation: Discover strategies for tying compensation to individual and team performance, motivating employees to excel and contribute to the company’s success.
- Attracting and Retaining Talent: Explore methods for attracting and retaining top talent in the competitive blue-collar job market, using compensation as a strategic tool.
- Legal Compliance: Gain insights into the legal aspects of compensation, including wage and hour laws, tax implications, and compliance with industry-specific regulations.
- Communicating Compensation Changes: Learn how to effectively communicate compensation changes to employees, fostering transparency and trust within your organization.
- Measuring and Adjusting Strategies: Understand how to measure the effectiveness of your compensation strategies and make necessary adjustments to stay competitive and responsive to market dynamics.
By the end of this training, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to design, implement, and manage compensation programs that support organizational goals, enhance employee satisfaction, and drive overall success in the overhead door industry.
Alison Milioto, SHRM-SCP
Alison Milioto is the founder and co-owner of BlueLion, a Human Resource Consulting firm located in New Hampshire, which supports businesses throughout New England and the country in their HR needs.
She graduated from UNH (University of NH) with her MBA in Business Administration. After Graduation she worked in a Benefits Company managing their internal operations. Working there for 9 years she gained the experience of small business operations, implementing new systems, improving processes, and building out additional services. While there she gained the respect of her peers, and moved her way through the organization until she became the Vice President of Operations.
In 2018 Alison decided to start her own HR Consulting company with the support of her co-founder and co-owner Toni Runci. Since 2018, BlueLion has supported over 130 businesses, and now employes 14 team members located throughout New England, and North Carolina. Community and charity are values which Alison lives and breathes. Growing up in a small town in NH, her parents showed her the value of hard work and dedication. Her mom has served as the Treasurer of Dunbarton for over 30 years, while her Dad retired from the Dunbarton Police Department with over 30 years of service. When she founded BlueLion, she wanted that to be a value of her company. BlueLion is a 1% company, donating 1% of their profit, services, and time back to the communities they serve. Since 2018 BlueLion has donated over $15,000 and has helped raise over $40,000 to their community.
Alison also serves on the Board of Directors of Make-A-Wish NH, where she has been volunteering her time as a Wish Grantor, and a Wish-Ambassador since 2015, and is a founding member of 100 Women Who Care Southern NH. In 2023 Alison was named by New Hampshire’s Union Leader 40 Under 40.
Alison continues to set high goals, and standards for herself and those around her. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her boyfriend, her family, and her dog Kona. She can be found in the winter snowmobiling in the Maine, and in the summer hiking and biking down local trails.