Pricing Strategies for Hot Jobs


Join us on June 12th to learn how to create competitive offers for new, emerging, and hot jobs in a constantly-shifting market.

In today’s talent landscape, salaries for hot jobs are moving at a record pace. Compensation professionals need to keep a pulse on up-to-the-minute pricing, yet for many new, emerging, and hot jobs, data is scarce or simply doesn’t exist in traditional data sources. So how do you accurately price a job for which there is no close match, no market data, and enormous demand?

In this webinar, experts from discuss how to plan and implement specific pricing strategies for new, emerging, and specialized hot jobs. They’ll reveal the different pricing strategies that you can use to price for your hot jobs, share tips on how you can leverage available data such as compensable factors to tailor your pricing efforts, and discuss how you can factor in different incentives and bonuses to create the most competitive offers. They’ll also explore how you can track current demand for hot jobs in your market, use salary structures to manage the ever-changing market prices for hot jobs, and adjust prices as needed to retain top talent in these critical roles.

You’ll learn:

  • What makes a “hot job” hot in your pay markets
  • Strategies you can use to price new, emerging, and hot jobs, even when those jobs don’t exist in traditional data sets
  • How adjusting prices based on compensable factors like skills, competencies, certifications, and more can allow you to create compelling offers for non-traditional candidates
  • How job-range salary structures can help you manage prices for hot jobs as the market changes
  • How you can use incentive pay and bonuses to attract, reward, and retain talent with hot skills

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Access: 90-Day Access | On-Demand Event Code: WEBINAR-20190612-PLAYBACK

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Katie Stukowski

Senior Solutions Consultant |

Katie Stukowski has been with for over seven years. Currently a Senior Solutions Consultant, Katie has contributed to the organization by using her compensation and system expertise to work closely with current clients and help contribute to the development of’s data and product portfolio. Katie earned a B.A. in Communications from Purdue University and has achieved a WorldatWork Certified Compensation Professional® designation (CCP®).

Sarah Reynolds

Vice President of Marketing |

Sarah Reynolds is vice president of marketing at, where she works closely with’s data and product teams to deliver innovative solutions that help clients supercharge compensation’s impact on their organizations. A founder of’s Ideas Lab, Sarah is passionate about incorporating customer feedback into design and development cycles that inspire new ways of thinking about compensation and pay equity. Sarah has more than five years of experience in the compensation and HCM technology market, and prior to joining in 2016, held strategic marketing roles at Kronos, MindMax and Analog Devices. Sarah holds Bachelor of Arts degrees from Hamilton College in Classical Studies and History and is currently pursuing her WorldatWork Certified Compensation Professional® (CCP®) designation.

Chris Knize

Director of Product Management |

Christopher Knize, CCP, GRP, is Director of Product Management at, responsible for’s award-winning CompAnalyst product suite. Before returning to in 2016, Knize held product management roles at IBM and PeopleFluent. He has a Master of Arts Degree in International Economics and Finance from Brandeis University, and has attained both a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and Global Remunerations Professional (GRP) designation from WorldatWork.

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