What Compensation/Total Rewards contributes to Cardinal HealthThis position is responsible for the evaluation, implementation, deployment, education, communication and execution of Cardinal Health's (CAH) Total Rewards programs for the region.
evaluation, implementation, deployment, education, communication and executionof Cardinal Health's (CAH) Total Rewards programs for the regionThe position is also responsible for developing and implementing salary structure and administrative guidelines in accordance with compensation policy; conducts job analysis to determine appropriate pay level according to guidelines; reviews and approves offers for all director level and cross border move as per established compensation policies; advises management on compensation actions for employees; analyzes company TR policies in relation to government regulations and market practices and recommends changes as appropriate to establish and maintain competitiveness; recommends special compensation programs or incentive systems for all employees with the goal of maintain internal and external competitiveness according with the selected market in order to retain, maintain and develop the internal talent within at the Region.Regularly has responsibility for evaluating newly emerging and difficult to market price jobs. Periodically but regularly is responsible for all aspects of a major compensation program element such as the annual increase program, annual incentive program, manufacturing incentive program for region. Is assigned to work with great independence on special studies of a complex nature. Responsibilities may include working with other functions (talent, HR Ops, etc.) which are interdependent with TR in order to ensure programs can be implemented. Documents and or audit compensation facts in Workday, as needed. This role, may from time to time be involved in global total rewards projects.
AccountabilitiesConducts job evaluations for any level by market pricing, functional and local calibration and IPE scoring for the region. Explains methods/results/recommendations with stakeholders who need to adopt the recommendation.
Conducts job evaluations for any level by market pricing, functional and local calibration and IPE scoring for the region. Explains methods/results/recommendations with stakeholders who need to adopt the recommendationMonitor local compensation practices in each country and for all positions, by using surveys or other sources of information and compare them to CAH’s Compensation and Benefits (C&B) offerings. When gaps are detected, recommends total rewards actions, working with the appropriate teams in the CoE.Leads and/or participates in global Compensation & Benefits projects as needed, including developing and delivering presentations, developing communication and training material as required.Research, compiles and analyzes regional data as appropriate to assist in the development of new or modified TR programsEnsures that local TR practices are in compliance with local tax and labor laws and aligned to CAH’s corporate rules and policies.Liaise with local managers, HR representatives and CoE's, Corporate TR, and local payroll contacts administrative C&B processes such as: annual merit increase, bonus payments, long incentive grants (equity), job offers, promotions and development of salary structures
with local managers, HR representatives and CoE's, Corporate TR, and local payroll contacts administrative C&B processes such as: annual merit increase, bonus payments, long incentive grants (equity), job offers, promotions and development of salary structuresParticipates, analyzes, completes complexed compensation surveys for the region (i.e., those that include most difficult to understand and match jobs, with all components of compensation such as various forms of long-term compensation as well as short-term incentives and base salaries). Analyzes results and implications to CAH’s compensation levels and practices when survey results are returned.Provides primary analytical and quantitative support in modeling, auditing, testing, and implementation of merit/structure budget recommendations, the salary planning process, the annual merit increase process, promotional policies, differential policies, incentive levels and features, etc. Is accountable for all aspects of one or more of these major compensation programs including identification of innovations and external trends.Supports and/or leads Corporate TR in special business project as required. These projects include, but are not limited to, Mergers & Acquisitions and Reorganizations.QualificationsThe following are the minimum requirements for this role:Bachelor's degree in human resources, finance or closely related discipline.12+ years’ experience inFluent in English and Spanish (read, write, speak)RegionalAdvanced ExcelPayroll and TaxesStrong mathematical and analytical abilitiesInitiative and follow through to complete what initiatesClear communication skills at all levelsSolid ability to influence othersAbility to work in a team, both on site and remotelyMergers and Acquisitions due diligenceTotal rewards project implementation experienceCardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.