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Authoria Webcast Explores Best Practices in Compensation Management; AON Corporation Senior Executives to Share Lessons Learned in Bringing Simplicity to Compensation Systems.

WALTHAM, Mass. -- Authoria, Inc., the leader in integrated talent management solutions, today announced a complimentary Webcast that will reveal how compensation executives can achieve simplicity in compensation systems, despite operating in an increasingly complex business environment.

In this free online event, senior executives from AON Corporation will discuss the company's experience in simplifying its compensation system, after several mergers left it with multiple compensation plans. John Kuvshinikov, Vice President of Compensation, will review the challenge of creating a system that can accommodate major organizational changes, yet remain simple for the end-user. Mike Cairns, Vice President of HR Information Services, will summarize the critical issues faced in implementation, such as migrating from multiple systems to one central system and balancing local needs with global requirements.

In addition, Authoria executives will demonstrate how today's leading technology solutions enable the drive for simplicity in compensation systems. This event is the seventh in the Authoria Connections[TM] 2006 Webcast Series.

Webcast attendees will learn:

* How to implement an accurate, secure, and flexible compensation-management process to attract, retain, and develop high-performers

* How to get cross-functional commitment to a compensation-management system that can easily accommodate organizational change

* How to execute a change-management process, to ensure that a complex compensation system is made simple for the end-user

* How a robust compensation solution fits into an overall Integrated Talent Management strategy
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About Authoria

Authoria[R] is the leading provider of integrated talent management solutions, helping employers increase the productivity of their workforce in driving their business strategy forward. Authoria's products have been awarded Top Product of the Year by Human Resource Executive Magazine six times, more than any vendor in the history of HR technology. Authoria[R] 2006 includes recruiting, performance management, compensation management, succession planning, and benefit and policy communication, while providing just-in-time knowledge and coaching for managers and employees. Authoria's award-winning solutions have proven successful for more than 300 large employers, representing more than 10 million employees. Customer companies include Boeing, Pfizer, Reuters, and Unocal. For more information, visit www.authoria.com.

Note to editors: Authoria and the Authoria logo are registered trademarks, and Authoria Connections is a trademark of Authoria, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other product names and references contained herein remain the service marks, trademarks, or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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