WHAT COULD MORE AND BETTER PAY MEAN
FOR DOING WHAT YOU DO?
Rick Gillis invented the Quotient, a dynamic new kind of performance measurement that will change how on-the-job performance is measured.
Rick is providing live and online QTNT seminars, and soon, expanded enterprise-level classes in this exciting new field under the company’s QTNT brand.
LEARN HOW TO LEVEL YOUR PAYING FIELD WITH RICK GILLIS & QTNT INTRODUCTORY VIRTUAL SEMINARS
- The Quotient is where your personal Level Paying Field begins; where you learn to pay attention–and value–what you do as you do it.
- Rick’s virtual QTNT seminars have been a huge success.
- Reach out to Rick via the Contact page if you are interested talking about you, your people, and the QTNT.
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Achieve more and better pay
During this one-hour live presentation, Rick will present the fundamentals of the Quotient for both the employer and employee and discuss how to identify, value, and share those things everyone does above and beyond what their job calls for as well as how to share this information with management anytime but especially at performance review time.
Your work does not speak for itself. You do! Attend this event and learn how your personal QTNT score is the key to overcoming pay disparity.
Note: Rick is dedicated to overcoming the gender pay equity/equality barrier, but the QTNT process works for everyone!
An open Q & A will follow each presentation.
Rick Gillis’ QTNT educational services are focused in the fields of:
- Business Management
- Human Capital Management
- Corporate and Personal Assessment
- Employee and Employment Job Performance Reviews
“In my previous life, I was a job search expert. Over time I became more of a ‘career therapist.” I asked the questions necessary for my clients to observe the challenges they faced and to seek the creativity that led to their having accomplished all they did. I learned to identify achievements they might have overlooked. I guided my clients to look beyond the work they had done and focus on the specific outcome of that work as something worthy of its own scrutiny. I believe everyone should be able to assign a value to his or her own little piece of the puzzle.”