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Total Rewards Management

Attract, Motivate and Retain Employees with an Effective Rewards Program

Learn what is required to formulate a rewards program that has the power to attract, motivate and retain—total rewards. Participants are introduced to the total rewards model and each of its components. Emphasis is given to the five elements of total rewards: compensation, benefits, work-life, performance and recognition, and development and career opportunities.

  • Gain an understanding of total rewards management
  • Discover the five elements of total rewards
  • Understand the critical role of the main drivers — organizational culture, business strategy and human resources strategy
  • Learn the process of designing a successful total rewards strategy
What You Will Learn  |  Test Your Knowledge  |  More Info  |  Who Should Register   |  How to Register
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Course Schedules
Jul 22 - Sep 20
T1 - Total Rewards Management - Blended Learning
Your live web sessions will be held on 8/14/2014 and 9/4/2014 at 10:00am - 12:pm PST
Self-Paced
Course & Exam
Course Only
Aug 5 - 6
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
Boston, Massachusetts
Course & Exam
Course Only
Aug 13 - 15
9:00 AM
GR1 - Total Rewards Management
Perth, Western Australia Australia
Course & Exam
Course Only
Sep 3 - 4
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
New York, New York
Course & Exam
Course Only
Sep 15 - 17
10:00 AM
GR1 - Total Rewards Management
(This course is taught in Russian)
Moscow Russian Federation
Sep 17 - 19
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
[Total E&P Canada]
Calgary, Alberta Canada
Add to Cart
Sep 17 - 18
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
Phoenix (Scottsdale), Arizona
Course & Exam
Course Only
Sep 25 - 27
9:00 AM
GR1 - Total Rewards Management
Singapore Singapore
Oct 6 - 7
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
(Ottawa Region Rewards Association)
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
Course & Exam
Course Only
Oct 15 - 16
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
(Comp & Benefits Network Greater St Louis)
St. Louis, Missouri
Course & Exam
Course Only
Oct 15 - 16
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
(East Tennessee Comp & Benefits Assoc)
Knoxville, Tennessee
Course & Exam
Course Only
Oct 30 - Nov 1
9:00 AM
GR1 - Total Rewards Management
Singapore Singapore
Nov 4 - 6
9:00 AM
GR1 - Total Rewards Management
London United Kingdom
Nov 5 - 6
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
(Intermountain Comp & Benefits Assoc)
Salt Lake City, Utah
Course & Exam
Course Only
Nov 12 - 13
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
(Penjerdel Employee Benefits & Comp Assn)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Course & Exam
Course Only
Nov 18 - 19
8:30 AM
T1 - Total Rewards Management
Long Beach, California
Course & Exam
Course Only
Nov 20 - 22
9:00 AM
GR1 - Total Rewards Management
(This course is taught in Mandarin)
Shanghai China
Dec 8 - 11
9:00 AM
GR1 - Total Rewards Management
Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates
Anytime
T1 - Total Rewards Management
Self-Paced
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What You Will Learn  

Introduction to Total Rewards

  • The evolution of rewards
  • The total rewards model
  • The total rewards approach
  • The total rewards strategy

Compensation

  • Elements of compensation
  • Building a job worth hierarchy
  • Components of a base pay structure
  • Types of base pay
  • Types of pay adjustments
  • Variable pay

Benefits

  • Elements of benefits
  • Factors influencing benefits
  • Income protection programs
  • Pay for time not worked programs

Work-Life

  • The work-life professional
  • The work-life portfolio

Performance and Recognition

  • Performance management
  • Performance management process Phases 1 through 4
  • Recognition program

Development and Career Opportunities

  • Conduct annual development and career opportunities discussion
  • Learning opportunities
  • Types of development and career opportunities

Total Rewards – Putting It All Together

  • Revisiting the total rewards model
  • Drivers of the total rewards strategy
  • The total rewards strategy
  • The total rewards design process
  • Total rewards design considerations
Who Should Register  
This course is designed for professionals who want a basic overview of the components that can create an effective balance in employee rewards tools. This includes professionals new to human resources, HR generalists and line managers.
 
How to Register  
 

WorldatWork Society of Certificed Professionals, an affiliate of WorldatWork, administers the exams required for attaining the prestigious Certified Compensation Professional® (CCP®), Global Remuneration Professional® (GRP), Advanced Compensation Professional (ACCP)™, Master Certified Compensation Professional (MCCP)™, Certified Executive Compensation Professional (CECP)®, Certified Sales Compensaiton Professional (CSCP)®, Certified Benefits Professional® (CBP) and Work-Life Certified Professional® (WLCP) designations. The Society is a separate not-for-profit legal entitity with its own Board of Directors appointed by the Worldatwork Board of Directors and was formed to provide a focus on certification. Certification exams are administered and designations are issued by the Society; all educational courses/self study are administered by WorldatWork.

Please note: If you are purchasing an exam option, you must schedule and complete the computer-based exam within 120 days from the first day of a live instructor-led class or from date of purchase for all self-paced learning packages. Your eligibility expires after 120 days; however, 30-day exam extensions are available for a $165 USD fee when purchased before the original access expires. It is recommended that you complete your exam in a timely manner as exams may be updated without notification. Instructions for scheduling your computer-based exam will be provided at purchase. Learn more at www.worldatwork.org/cbt. Self-study materials and all e-learning product purchases are nonreturnable.

WorldatWork classroom locations offer e-course materials technology to participants. Your certification course materials (and BAII calculator, if applicable) will be available for pick up on site the day of the course. For two-day courses, you may access the e-course materials PDF two weeks prior to the course start date or upon registration if you register within two weeks of the course.

E-learning course purchasers now have the option of print or e-course materials. Those who choose the e-course materials option will receive the materials electronically for the length of your e-learning program. Those who choose the print version of the course materials will receive it  5-7 days after date of purchase. 30-day extensions of e-learning access are available for a fee if purchased before original access expires.

Access to the e-learning product lasts for the specified amount of time (30, 60 or 120 days).  Your e-learning product begins the day you purchase it, not the day you start it. Be sure to download any class materials prior to product expiration.

Blended Learning e-course materials can be found within the product and will be available for the length of the course.

Please visit www.worldatwork.org/prep to download course material amendments, view class rosters and to find out what to bring to your class.

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More Information  
 Course Credits
CCP: Required
CBP: Required
GRP: Required
Recertification: 2 course, .5 Exam
CEUs: 1.5 Course, .3 Exam
CPEs: 16 (personnel/HR;"group-live" only)
CPT: 12 points
PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification hours: 16 (classroom)
GRP Equivalency: GR1
 Preparing for Courses
 Course Book Amendments
 Terms and Conditions
 
What Is Blended Learning?  

Components of Blended Learning  |  How Much Study Time Planning  |  Course Duration Matrix  |  Frequently Asked Questions
Sample Facilitator-Led Class Syllabus  |  Sample Self-Paced Class Syllabus  |  Take An In-depth Tour  |  How to Adjust My Screen Size

Blended learning is the perfect hybrid solution for those individuals or teams who want interaction with the facilitator and peers while having the convenience and control of accessing the content at the time and place which work best for the individual. Depending on the course, the facilitator and peer interaction may be in person or through online web meetings and tools.

  • A learner-centric approach: moves beyond the one-size-fits-all classroom in favor of an on-demand, personalized learning environment
  • Greater skills practice and coaching: activities can focus on interaction, skill building, and rich feedback
  • Social and peer-based learning: keeps the emphasis on practical solutions to workplace challenges and makes the learning more engaging
  • Self-paced opportunities: allows access to content anytime, anywhere at the learner’s fingertips

Components of Blended Learning

All Blended Learning classes include a class discussion board, other components available within Blended Learning will vary in order to deliver the best learning experience possible. Classes may include access to components such as:

  • Live online session(s) with facilitator and peers
  • Audio files
  • Video files
  • Articles and/or white papers
  • Tools and templates
  • Online quizzes

How Much Study Time Should I Plan For?

A: Blended Learning classes are either led by a facilitator or self-paced. The course duration varies depending on the depth of knowledge shared within the particular class.

Facilitator-Led Blended Learning:  All participants in these courses begin on the same day. You may access course materials any time—day or night—for 60 days after date of purchase.

  • If there is a course book, the entire book is available starting on the first day. The e-learning modules, activities and discussion boards are divided into sections that are released weekly over a 4-8 week period, depending on the amount of content. View Course Matrix

  • You will be able to view the course syllabus and course book (if applicable) starting on the first day. These are valuable tools to help you plan how much time you will want to spend in the course each week. It is recommended that you go through the materials carefully to gauge how long each e-learning module, case studies, activities, etc. will take you each week. (See sample class syllabus for facilitator-led classes).

  • All facilitator-led courses include at least one live event where students and the facilitator come together in an online environment to discuss course material, group exercises, questions and answers, etc. Live web sessions are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Pacific. Although these sessions are scheduled for two hours, they may or may not run that long. These sessions are recorded and are available for review soon after the event.

  • Discussion boards are included in every course and are monitored by the facilitator. You can access the discussion boards at any time. These are a great way to interact with your facilitator and other course participants. You can post questions, read threads from other participants and the facilitator, and respond to what others have to say.

Self-Paced Blended Learning:  You can access your self-paced course shortly after you register. Some participants may have started before you, and others will start after you, based on their individual registration dates. You may access course materials any time—day or night—for 60 days after date of purchase.

  • All course materials are available starting on the first day. The e-learning modules, and activities divided into sections so that you can easily determine how you want to allocate your time over the duration of your access. View Course Matrix

  • You will be able to view the course syllabus and course book (if applicable) starting on the first day. These are valuable tools to help you plan ahead. It is recommended that you go through the materials carefully to gauge how long to spend in each e-learning module, case study, activity, etc. (See sample class syllabus for self-paced classes).
Discussion boards are included in every course and are monitored by a subject matter expert. You can access the discussion boards at any time. These are a great way to interact with your facilitator and other course participants. You can post questions, read threads from other participants and the facilitator, and respond to what others have to say.

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Certification Exam: T1/GR1
Exam Requirements
Certified Compensation Professional
Global Remuneration Professional
Certified Benefits Professional
This is a required exam to obtain a CCP, GRP and CBP.
 
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