About SACA

The San Antonio Compensation Association (SACA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization affiliated with WorldatWork's group partnership network. We have members comprised of professionals employed by businesses throughout San Antonio and the surrounding areas.

This professional organization is dedicated to: the exchange of ideas regarding compensation and benefits trends and best practices; promoting the compensation and benefits field by developing partnerships with other Human Resource associations; and providing educational and professional development opportunities for compensation and benefits practitioners throughout the San Antonio area.

SACA holds regular meetings to provide a forum for members and guests to attend informative presentations from leading-edge HR professionals, exchange ideas and information, and share innovative programs..

Corporate Sponsorship

If you're interested in annual sponsorship into the San Antonio Compensation Association, our sponsorship benefits include:

  • Opportunity to have your corporate name in front of a targeted audience of Compensation professionals from leading San Antonio companies.
  • Have your company logo placed on our website showing your commitment and support to our Compensation Professionals in the San Antonio Area.
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Become a member

We believe that there is a real value to our profession in having an organization in the greater San Antonio area that periodically brings Compensation and Benefits professionals together. 

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Upcoming events

    • 16 Oct 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Old San Francisco Steakhouse

    "Sales Compensation Analytics - The Data Speaks"

    Sales compensation creates a data-rich environment. The data tells a story of the good, the bad and, well, the not so good. Know these seven most common sales compensation analytics and how to use them to improve sales compensation at your company: pay vs. performance, pay percentile distribution, quota size vs attainment, quota performance histogram, quota attainment percentile distribution, pay mix variance, and measure weight variance. This session will outline what the analytic is, what the results mean, and how to use the results to drive plan design changes. We will also include variations for commission-only plans.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Confirm that sales compensation plans are prone to "classic" problems
    • Highlight key design principles
    • 10 steps to strategic alignment


    David Cichelli is the Alexander Group's principal thought leader regarding revenue growth challenges facing sales organizations during different stages of growth. David is author of "Compensating the Sales Force", McGraw-Hill (2010) and "2017 Sales Compensation Almanac, 5th Edition", AGI Press (2017). Along with authoring books on Sales Compensation, David develops and teaches sales compensation classes for WorldatWork.

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