LaCinda Glover is a Principal in Mercer’s Career business based in the Louisville office and specializes in executive rewards. LaCinda has been with Mercer for over 12 years. In addition to her consulting role, she is the Operations Lead for the Executive Benefits Group where she works with tax-exempt organizations, publicly-traded corporations, and privately-held companies in a variety of industries. LaCinda also operates as the Office Business Leader for the Career practice in Louisville.
LaCinda’s experience includes the benchmarking, design, implementation, and communications of staff and executive benefits programs. Aside from her extensive benefits work, she assists clients with staff and executive compensation competitive assessments, Boards of Directors compensation reviews, and total remuneration competitiveness and strategy alignment. LaCinda also helps many organizations in complying with Intermediate Sanctions, IRC Section 409A, and 457(f).
In addition to her consulting role, LaCinda manages Mercer’s Executive and Broad-based Employee Retirement Tool (EBeRT) and Mercer’s Tax-Exempt Executive Benefits Survey, both used to conduct custom benchmarking and plan design for clients.
At Mercer, LaCinda is a member of the Higher Education Community of Interest, the Health Care Industry Vertical team, and the North American Talent International Vertical.
LaCinda received her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Bellarmine University where she graduated with highest honors. She has three young boys and is an active member of her church.
The leader of Mercer’s Louisville Career practice will discuss compensation in today’s changing world. The compensation promise is changing, and how you deliver and manage programs for your employees is following suit. Drawing from client experiences and data from various talent trends and compensation reports, we will focus on compensation best practices to attract, manage, and reward the right talent. We'll wrap-up with a mini Q&A session.
1) Understand how compensation fits into the broader total rewards framework
2) Explore compensation strategies and variances among industries
3) Develop knowledge around compensation management best practices