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Angie Brawdy, Benefits Manager, Shoe Carnival. B.S. Accounting, USI, 1993 MBA, USI, 1999 Graduate version of MNGT 441 EHRA HR Professional of the Year, 1997 Shoe Carnival is ~$650m/yr co w/ 4,000+ ees 300+ stores in 30+ states CEO 2008 total comp $913k

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Angie brawdy benefits manager shoe carnival

Angie Brawdy, Benefits Manager, Shoe Carnival

  • B.S. Accounting, USI, 1993

  • MBA, USI, 1999

    • Graduate version of MNGT 441

  • EHRA HR Professional of the Year, 1997

  • Shoe Carnival is ~$650m/yr co w/ 4,000+ ees

    • 300+ stores in 30+ states

    • CEO 2008 total comp $913k

    • CFO (Kerry Jackson, B.S. Accounting, USI, 1984; 2009 College of Business Alumnus-in-Residence) 2008 total comp $536k

    • Other USI grads who work in HR: Michelle Davis, Benefits Specialist; Andy Ellerbrook, HR Manager; Sarah Ertel, HR Coordinator; Kara Hemenway, HR Generalist; Nick Lindy, HR Generalist; Jenny Simpson, HR Coordinator; Sarah Will, HR Manager


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Angie Brawdy, Benefits Manager, Shoe Carnival

  • “Hopefully, you will still have students who wish to go into the HR profession after covering this class. It is a great time to work in our profession because senior management needs us to step up now more than ever to work through these [compensation and benefits] issues.”

  • Key benefits issues of concern at Shoe Carnival:

    • Health Care reform

      • Should Cos that offer health insurance drop it and pay penalty (currently $750/ee/yr in proposed legislation)?

    • Continued legislative changes

      • COBRA subsidy as example – eligible ees included not only laid off ees but those terminated for cause

    • Benefits post-recession

      • Some ees may be staying w/ current Er through current downturn, but will be looking for other opportunities when job market improves – how to avoid losing good ees to ers w/ ‘robust benefits/compensation packages’?


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