Tandehill Human Capital
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Christine Tande
Christine works with clients to build and manage executive and employee compensation programs, work measurement/job evaluation and performance management systems. Before founding Tandehill in 2003, Christine was a Principal at the Hay Group, where she worked for 10 years. She has extensive experience helping clients evaluate their compensation and classification systems relative to organization objectives, as well as in the design and implementation of effective performance management programs. She is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP™), certified by WorldatWork. Christine's work is frequently featured in Workspan Magazine. She holds an MBA degree from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, an affiliate of Middlebury College, and a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, Fresno. She has also studied in Norway and England.
Brad Hill
Brad is a Principal with Tandehill Human Capital, a compensation consulting firm based in Chicago. Brad designs compensation programs in a variety of areas aimed at enhancing organizational and individual effectiveness including sales force effectiveness, group productivity incentives and performance management. Brad’s work has been featured in Fast Company Magazine, HR Magazine and the London Times. Before joining Tandehill in 2005, Brad was a Principal with the Hay Group. Prior to the Hay Group, he was National Practice Leader-Variable Pay with Ernst & Young; a Principal with Watson/Wyatt; and consulted for Towers Perrin. Brad holds an MBA degree from the College of William and Mary and undergraduate degrees in Economics and Social Psychology from Cornell University. He has been a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP™) of the WorldatWork since 1986, and has taught WorldatWork courses on Variable Pay and Elements of Sales Compensation. Brad has served two terms on the Board of Directors of the Scanlon Leadership Network, a nonprofit association whose members pioneered gainsharing, open-book management, lean systems and servant leadership.