Join Wayne Cascio for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Human Resources: Compensation and Benefits.
- Congratulations for completing this course.…As you can see, there are many elements that go…into a cutting-edge compensation and benefits program.…This is not the end of a journey, but the beginning of one.…The website for world at work has a number…of resources, including salary surveys,…periodicals about pay and benefits,…and lots of information related to total rewards.…I have another course on this site…called Human Resources in the On-Demand Economy…where I discuss comp and benefits for non-employees.…
Comp and benefits is endlessly dynamic and challenging.…A well-structured comp and benefits program…boosts productivity and makes organizations successful…at attracting and retaining top talent.…The race to build competitive, cutting-edge comp…and benefits programs is not a sprint;…it's a marathon, and you're off to a great start.…
- Competitive strategy and total compensation strategy
- The legal framework
- Pay structures
- External competitiveness in compensation and benefits
- Incentive plans
- Executive compensation
- Legally required employee benefits
- Life and health insurance
- International compensation
Skill Level Beginner
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1. A Strategic Approach to Total Rewards
2. Pay Structures
3. External Competitiveness in Compensation and Benefits
4. Paying for Performance
5. Employee Benefits
6. HR Technology, International Compensation, and Benefits
7. Managing a Total Rewards System
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