University of Wisconsin–Madison

2023 HR Trends

Learn key HR trends for 2023 and how organizations are optimizing HR strategies to succeed in the new world of work.

Through their annual HR Trends Survey, QTI aims to provide businesses with critical HR insights by providing guidance on topics such as compensation, benefits, careers, employee well-being, diversity and inclusion, and workforce planning. For over a decade, the results of their HR Trends survey have been a trusted resource to organizations as they plan their future HR strategies – while also providing insight on regional business trends.

Employers have been faced with constant change over the last 2+ years while trying to understand and adapt to this evolving world of work.  They have been forced to rethink HR fundamentals and navigate unexpected hurdles from vaccination requirements and government mandates to inflation’s effect on pay,  hybrid workplaces, and more.  How do employers keep up?  Each year, QTI surveys Wisconsin employers on HR challenges and trends, covering topics such as talent attraction and retention strategies, compensation and benefits, diversity and inclusion, and more. In this session, The QTI Group will unveil the results of this survey, including critical data and actionable solutions to help businesses adapt and drive decision-making for this evolving world of work.  Session attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the survey results.

Registration

Location: Online (link will be sent to participants shortly before the session date)

Schedule: 11:00 am – noon

Date:  November 16, 2022

Fees: This course is being offered at no cost to participants due to the generosity of The QTI Group. Although there is no charge to attend, participants must register online here before the session.

Disability Statement: Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact the UW-Madison SBDC office at sbdc@bus.wisc.edu to request accommodations or to ask general questions about the SBDC, classes and consulting.

Instructors

Rebekah Temple, SHRM-SCP

As Vice President, HR Consulting, Rebekah leads QTI’s talented team of experienced professionals, specializing in total rewards strategy, program design, and governance/administration best practices. Rebekah has more than a decade of consulting experience as well as experience in compensation administration. Rebekah’s career experience extends beyond QTI, having previously worked at UNC Health Care in Chapel Hill, NC, where she managed employee communications, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in Washington, DC, and UW Health in Madison, WI, where she worked on the compensation team. Rebekah received a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Journalism and Mass Communication and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After working for several years, Rebekah returned to UNC Chapel Hill where she earned a Master of Public Administration degree. Rebekah is a Society of Human Resources Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

 

Jill Dohnal

Jill is the Director of Marketing for The QTI Group. With 25+ years of marketing experience, she is responsible for developing and aligning QTI’s marketing strategy with the overall QTI enterprise strategy and growth goals. This includes brand management, applicant and customer attraction, website management, advertising and digital marketing, community giving and event coordination. Prior to joining The QTI Group, Jill worked as an Account Executive at a Madison television station. Jill is actively involved in community and professional organizations – she is a United Way of Dane County Centennial Marketing committee member, United Way Employee Campaign Chair, Affiliated Staffing Group Marketing Mastermind leader, an alumni of Leadership Greater Madison and a former Ambassador for the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Jill holds a BBA in Marketing from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.