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Total Compensation Philosophies and Strategies
- Explain various laws and regulations guiding total compensation.
- Apply organizational objectives to total compensation.
- Analyze total compensation within different markets.
Benefit Programs and Indirect Compensation Systems
- Compare direct and indirect compensation systems.
- Describe various performance-based pay strategies.
- Identify total rewards plans for various employee groups.
- Describe various types of retirement plans.
- Identify specific requirements of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) that a plan sponsor must fulfill.
- Design a communication plan that encourages participation in employee retirement plans.
Special Topics in Total Compensation
- Describe methods to communicate and coordinate total compensation plans.
- Evaluate trends and issues in total compensation.
- Create a total compensation plan.
Wage Decisions in Total Compensation
- Analyze the wage management process for a business enterprise.
- Explain the relationship between compensation plans and a company’s financial operations.
- Compare internal and external equity.
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