C. Paul Weatherhead

C Paul Weatherhead

C. Paul Weatherhead

United States Postal Service

213 William Hilton Parkway

Hilton Head Island, SC 29926-9998

843-682-2964

cpaulwd@yahoo.com

 

PAUL WEATHERHEAD is a Pay Program Manager for the United States Postal Service. Paul’s primary pay policy responsibility is the Postal Service’s Pay-For-Performance Program which received the Excellence in Human Capital Management Award at the Government HR Innovations conference.

Paul has been a key contributor to major postal compensation changes during the past 19 years such as the development of group incentive plans, executive and managerial merit pay programs, market-based salary structures, and flexible spending accounts. Prior to his work at the USPS, Paul spent 13 years with Mobil in a variety of human resources and labor relations positions. Paul has a Masters Degree in Labor and Industrial Relations from Michigan State University, an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia.

College Courses Scheduled/Taught:

* USCB – Spring 2010 – Labor Relations (BMGT 378)

* USCB – Fall 2009 – Pay, Rewards & Compensation Management (BMGT 404)

* USCB – Spring 2009 – Labor Relations (BMGT 378)

* USCB – Spring 2008 – Human Resource Management (BMGT 374)

* WorldatWork – 2 years – Quantitative Methods (T3)

* University of Virginia – 10 years – Human Resource Management

* University of Virginia – 10 years – Compensation & Benefits

* University of Virginia – 10 years – Labor Relations

* University of Virginia – 10 years – Human Resource Planning

Published Materials:

* “Why CPI-Based Pay Policies Are Not the Answer,” Workspan Magazine.

* “Balanced Scorecard & Pay-For-Performance,” WorldatWork Online White Paper.

* “A Regression Analysis of Wage and Price Inflation,” WorldatWork Online White Paper.

* “Pay for Performance Works: The United States Postal Service Presents a Powerful Business Case,” WorldatWork Journal and Chapter 15 of High-Performance Pay.

* Ghost writer for "Gainsharing and EVA: The US Postal Service Experience" published in WorldatWork Journal.

* Featured policy expert in "Paying for Results" published in Government Executive Magazine.

Public Speaking:

* Workshop speaker at international WorldatWork conferences "What Can High-Performance Pay Do For Your Organization? A Success Story" and "Variable Pay at the US Postal Service".

* Workshop speaker on the US Postal Service pay-for-performance experience at national conferences of the US Office of Personnel Management, Excellence in Government, HR Innovations Summit, and the postmaster and supervisory associations of the US Postal Service.

* “Competency-Based Interviewing Technique,” Low Country Human Resources Association.

* Panelist in "Pay Communication: A Reality Check" published in Workspan Magazine.