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Evaluating And Developing Compensation Plans

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Overview / Abstract:

Compensation is a key component of an organization's total rewards strategy. Human resource professionals must possess the skills to evaluate and develop compensation plans. In this course, students will identify important components of compensation and benefits, analyze federal laws and regulations related to compensation, differentiate between mandatory and voluntary compensation and benefits, and assess how needs assessment and strategies relate to compensation plans. This course provides 0.5 continuing education units, over one 5-hour workshop. The tuition for this course is $250.

Evaluating and Developing Compensation Plans

Identify important components of compensation and benefits
Analyze federal laws and regulations related to compensation
Differentiate between mandatory and voluntary compensation and benefits
Assess how needs assessment and strategies relate to compensation plans
Identify important components of compensation and benefits
Analyze federal laws and regulations related to compensation
Differentiate between mandatory and voluntary compensation and benefits
Assess how needs assessment and strategies relate to compensation plans

Expiration

Oct 31, 2020

Discipline(s)

Office Management , Human Resources , Business & Management

Format

Online

Cost

250.00

Credits / Hours

0.5 CEU

Keywords / Search Terms

University of Phoenix

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