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Salvatore LoDico

The HR Godfather ™, CEO of Trinity HR Consulting, Inc,

Salvatore LoDico is known as The HR Godfather TM because of his comprehensive knowledge of all subject matter related to the field of Human Resources Management. He has been the CEO of Trinity HR Consulting, Inc (Trinity HR) for ten years and is an award-winning authority in Human Resources Management.

Prior to founding Trinity HR, he was the chief HR executive in multiple industries, including aerospace, manufacturing & healthcare. In his career, The HR GodfatherTM has had executive level responsibility for non-HR functions, such as Finance, Legal Affairs, Regulatory Compliance, Government & Public Relations, Corporate Security, & Chaplaincy Services.

Salvatore has a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management & a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, and has attained certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources. He has been a lecturer at multiple universities, as well as a featured speaker at multiple conferences/webinars. In addition, The HR GodfatherTM has conducted numerous professional development classes ranging from executive teams to entry level positions.



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Developing & Implementing A Compensation Structure (with Performance Management & Incentive Compensation Integration

Sound compensation practices are critical to organizational success in today’s competitive labor market.

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Recruiting Talent and Retaining Employees in Today's Labor Market

This webinar is on the important subject of recruiting talent that your organization needs and retaining your current employees in the labor market all organizations find themselves in.

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  • 90 Minutes
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Developing & Implementing A Compensation Structure (With Performance Management & Incentive Compensation Integration)

Sound compensation practices are critical to organizational success in today's competitive labor market.