In light of current events surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, this program will be offered via Zoom. The program fee has been discounted 50% (HRPA Members: $225+Tax (Originally $450); Non Members: $280 +Tax (Originally $560))
This workshop will provide participants with advanced knowledge on compensation systems in Canadian organizations, with a focus on design, implementation and evaluation. The program cover skill-based/competency-based pay systems, the design of both individual and group performance-based pay systems, and benefits systems (both mandatory and discretionary). The main focus will be on design issues, including eligibility, structure, participatory mechanisms and implementation.
The importance of the various components of pay systems in Canada
How to design a variety of pay systems, including base pay, performance-based pay and benefits
Learn when and under want conditions these pay systems will have optimal value for organizations
Learn research evidence on the use/effectiveness of these pay systems
Relevant laws concerning compensation
How to implement and evaluate pay systems
Who should attend:
HR Professionals involved/interested in their organization’s compensation function; those aspiring to become compensation experts; HR professionals studying for certification-based examinations; those involved in pay equity – including employees in both the private and public sectors; and union officials.
We are listening to you, our Members.
You have provided feedback that you would prefer to receive soft copies of presentations instead of printed materials, in order to be mindful of the environment and to reduce our carbon footprint.
Therefore, in 2019,
HRPA Professional Development will, whenever possible, provide a soft copy of the participant course material. We will not produce printed materials unless there is reason to do so
(e.g. program format).
If you absolutely need a hard copy, we request that you print and bring it with you. Hard copies will not be available on site.
Thank you for your understanding.