In today’s highly technical and rapidly evolving markets, continuous learning is critical to staying one step ahead of the competition. We offer a wide variety of valuable educational opportunities for compensation professionals and employees at all levels of your organization.
We offer on-site and web-based seminars on a broad range of compensation and HR topics, to keep our clients updated on best practices and regulatory changes.
Compensation Analyst Academy Certification Program
Our Compensation Analyst Academy’s Compensation Certificate Program is a fast, low-cost, and stress-free solution to getting ahead in an increasingly competitive field. It gives participants the fundamentals needed to successfully design and administer compensation programs. CAA’s faculty, comprised of highly experienced practitioners, consultants and educators, make the program a valuable learning experience. Upon successful completion of the program, participants receive the designation of Certified Compensation Analyst (CCA). To learn more, click here: http://caa.compensationhr.com
Compensation Practitioners Group (CPG)
CPG gives HR professionals with compensation responsibility the opportunity to share best practices with colleagues through the CPG LinkedIn Group, and to meet face to face several times a year for networking and discussion. If you’re a compensation practitioner (sorry no consultants!) with a LinkedIn account, you can join CPG now or use the Contact Us form and we’ll send you a LinkedIn Group invitation to join the group. Membership is free. To learn more, click here: http://cpg.compensationhr.com
What New Supervisors and Managers Need to Know: Focuses on the importance of leadership, the qualities of effective leaders, different leadership styles, building credibility and trust, and using leadership techniques to ensure success.
Preventing Sexual Harassment: Covers what sexual harassment is, why it’s so damaging to employees and organizations, and what supervisors can do about it.
Diversity and Discrimination Awareness: Addresses the challenges and opportunities of workplace diversity; helps employees understand how they can support diversity, avoid discrimination and adhere to company policy.
Employment Law for Supervisors: Provides supervisors with basic guidelines for compliance with important federal employment laws, focusing on what they should – and shouldn’t – do.
Teambuilding for Supervisors: Covers techniques for building more effective work teams and increasing commitment and cooperation among team members.
Coaching for Superior Employee Performance: Gives supervisors vital information about one of their most important jobs: employee coaching. Covers the benefits of coaching, the role of the coach, techniques involved in successful coaching, and the ways effective coaching can improve employee performance.
FLSA – What Supervisors Need to Know: Familiarizes supervisors with the numerous requirements of Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and child labor standards affecting full-time and part-time workers in both the private and public sectors.
FMLA for Supervisors: Covers the purpose and benefits of the Family and Medical Leave Act, when and to whom it applies, and key provisions of the law. Also addresses how supervisors can assist employees in handling leaves appropriately, and how they can protect themselves and their organizations from liability.
Effective Meetings for Supervisors: Helps supervisors use meetings effectively to accomplish important goals. Participants learn how to plan meetings to achieve the best results, conduct meetings efficiently, and participate more effectively in others’ meetings.
Measuring Job Performance: Focuses on the critical supervisory skill of measuring job performance and the importance of an effective job performance appraisal system – which is only as good as the data on which it is based.
Becoming a Leader: How to Prepare for a Leadership Role: Helps employees gain the insights and skills needed to transition to leadership roles in the workplace.