At EisnerAmper, Hatch’s practice will concentrate in several areas regarding compensation, benefits design and human resource transaction services, specifically:
- Executive and Employee Compensation,
- Compensation Governance,
- Director Pay,
- Human Resource Strategy and Structure,
- Post-merger Human Resource Integration,
- Sales Force Effectiveness,
- Scorecards and Human Capital Metrics, and
- Human Capital Software Selection.
According to the announcement, as a leader at Big 4 firms, Hatch built Human Capital Services practices. He focused on the design and implementation of human capital strategy and other human resource solutions including the design and implementation of employee and executive compensation/ benefits programs, equity-based compensation, variable executive benefit insurance funding programs, sales force effectiveness engagements, change management, outsourcing, employee communication, survey design, talent management, organization design, HR metrics/ scorecards, and HR/workforce effectiveness to Global 1000 companies, with a specialization in the financial services industry.
Hatch has a B.S. and M.B.A. from Northern Illinois University; graduate studies toward an M.S. in Taxation from DePaul University; and received post-graduate certification in the Controllership program at the University of Wisconsin’s BAI School and in Management Development at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School.More about the firm is at http://www.eisneramper.com.
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