Remuneration and Benefits
What's the next best thing to payday? You guessed it: a highly enriching course on remuneration benefits. You'll study issues like the ageing workforce, the rising cost of labour, competition for talented workers and Canadian legislation related to wage and salary levels. By the time you successfully complete the course, you'll have the knowledge and skills to design and build a strategic compensation plan tailored to meet the needs of any organization. And for that, you can give yourself a raise!
April 4 – June 6, 2024
Th 18:00 – 21:00
Your takeawaysThis course is a great way to help you:
• Introduce the basic elements of a remuneration and rewards system to an organization;
• Develop equitable and appropriate compensation systems for various types of organizations;
• Establish compensation schemes for different categories of employees;
• Implement and manage an effective compensation system;
• Recognize and act upon workplace factors that necessitate change.
Our approachAs in the workplace, teamwork is key here. Sure, there will be engaging assignments and activities, but you'll also form ad-hoc teams to discuss real-world subjects presented by human resources experts. You'll formulate strategies to solve problems or seize opportunities. Above all, you'll have ample chance to contribute personally to the process. This course is designed with a combination of online live synchronous learning where the instructor and the students meet in a virtual classroom (Zoom) at the same time, and asynchronous work guided by the instructor and completed by students in their own time.
Who benefits the most?• Students who have completed CEHR 1250 and want to continue their studies.
• Students who want an introduction to the essentials of remuneration and benefits.
• Students who want to pursue studies in human resources.
• Anyone who wants a career in human resources.
• Any employer or employee who wants to understand the basics of remuneration and benefits
• Foreign business students who want to improve their understanding of remuneration and benefits in Canada.