The overall aim of the program is to make the candidate have a good understanding and knowledge of compensation and benefits. In other words to equip the HR professionals with the importance of Comp & Ben such that he/she is able to understand the intricacies of Comp & Ben plans, Basic reward system, Global trends in Comp & Ben and is able to Link pay with performance for better Comp & Ben planning. By the end of this program the participant would:
Then this is the chance to attend the Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager (CCBM) training program which is going to be conducted in Kolkata on 20th, 21st of Feb ‘09.
This training program is certified by CAMI (Carlton Advanced Management Institute) - USA.
Following are the objectives of CCBM as follows:
Understand what benefits the employees are entitled to
Understand the various kinds of tax laws and its perquisites
Learn the impact of culture and collective bargaining on Comp & Ben
Learn to appreciate the influence of technology & current trend in Comp & Ben
Understand the elements of Compensation
Create a total Compensation plan
Develop & Administer benefit plans
Be able to link pay to performance
Set up incentive pay plan for the organization
MODULE 1: Understanding comp & ben MODULE 2: Basic reward system MODULE 3: Basic compensation planning MODULE 4: Benefit practices MODULE 5: Building pay for performance and incentives schemes
I take this opportunity to assure you that the takeaway from this workshop would definitely be a value adds in your real time scenario.
I invite you and your colleagues to attend this training program and gain the maximum benefit out of it.
Kindly feel free for any further queries related to the training program.
This is a promotional e-mail id. Please do not reply to this. Kindly forward all your queries / reply to: bhaskarmecindia@ gmail.com;rekolkatta@ mecindia. org;
Bhaskar, 09912233005 From India, Hyderabad
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