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Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
Compensation and benefits manager certification
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  • 1. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager VS-1004
  • 2. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in CertifiedCertifiedCertifiedCertified CompensationCompensationCompensationCompensation and Benefitsand Benefitsand Benefitsand Benefits ManagerManagerManagerManager Certification CodeCertification CodeCertification CodeCertification Code VS-1004 Vskills Certification in Compensation and benefits assesses the candidate on the principal need of the organization which is establishing and maintaining a pay system which is fair to all. The certification tests the candidates in various areas which include methods to ensure fair and equitable pay, conducting surveys to compare their compensation systems with other companies and ensuring that the firm’s pay scale complies with changing laws and regulations. An important part of the Compensation and benefits manager’s role is performance evaluation. This area also forms the part of the assessment. Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification? If you are working in the HR area and are looking for a new job or promotion or simply more responsibility, then you can take this certification and prove the employer about your knowledge about the area. It works as an added qualification on your CV and significantly improves your chances of getting the desired role. Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification? Job seekers looking to find employment in the HR departments of various companies, candidates generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification 1.1.1.1. Test Details:Test Details:Test Details:Test Details: • Duration:Duration:Duration:Duration: 60 minutes • No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions: 50 • Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module. 2.2.2.2. Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure:Fee Structure: Rs. 3,500/- (Includes all taxes)
  • 3. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in Companies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hireCompanies that hire VskillsVskillsVskillsVskills Compensation and Benefits ManagerCompensation and Benefits ManagerCompensation and Benefits ManagerCompensation and Benefits Manager Vskills Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager might find employment in all kind of companies, big or small, since Compensation and benefits is a crucial part of any organization. Many companies contact us on a regular basis, and we forward them a list of our certified candidates, and the candidates are highly in demand.
  • 4. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in Table of Content 1.1.1.1. IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction 1.1 Objectives of compensation management 1.2 Principles of compensation formulation 1.3 Types of wages and wage policies 1.4 Procedure and practices for wage determination 1.5 Compensation decisions 1.6 Compensation benchmarking 1.7 Compensation trends and practices in India 2.2.2.2. Economic TheoriesEconomic TheoriesEconomic TheoriesEconomic Theories 2.1 Economic theories in compensation management 2.2 Employee compensation valuation 2.3 ESOPs and its pricing 2.4 Equity in employee benefits 2.5 Labour Markets and Trade Unions 3.3.3.3. Job designJob designJob designJob design 3.1 Job Design 3.2 Job Analysis 3.3 Job Description 3.4 Job Evaluation and Assessment 3.5 Work Measurement 3.6 Management and Ergonomics 4.4.4.4. PPPPerformanceerformanceerformanceerformance----based compensationbased compensationbased compensationbased compensation 4.1 Performance Management System (PMS) 4.2 Objectives and indicator of performance 4.3 Developing performance standards 4.4 Performance modeling techniques 4.5 Performance dimensions and performance observation scales 4.6 Competency-based pay 5.5.5.5. TeamTeamTeamTeam----based cbased cbased cbased compensationompensationompensationompensation 5.1 Employee evaluation system 5.2 Group incentive plans 5.3 Gain-sharing plan 5.4 Designing team-based compensation 5.5 Issue in rewarding teams
  • 5. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in 6.6.6.6. Executive CompensationExecutive CompensationExecutive CompensationExecutive Compensation 6.1 Theories and practices of executive compensation 6.2 Components and design of executive compensation 6.3 Factors affecting executive compensation 6.4 Executive compensation criteria 6.5 Techniques of performance measurement 6.6 Organizational strategies 7.7.7.7. Employee MotivationEmployee MotivationEmployee MotivationEmployee Motivation and benefitsand benefitsand benefitsand benefits 7.1 Motivation and morale 7.2 Theories of employee motivation 7.3 Objectives of employee motivation 7.4 Types of employee benefits 7.5 Tax obligations 7.6 Statutory employee benefits in India 7.7 Employee benefits alternatives 7.8 Non-monetary benefits 7.9 Deferred compensation plan 8.8.8.8. Sales CompensationSales CompensationSales CompensationSales Compensation 8.1 Sales functions 8.2 Sales compensation plans and issues 8.3 Sales compensation design and administration 8.4 Sales incentives and motivation 9.9.9.9. Legal issuesLegal issuesLegal issuesLegal issues 9.1 Compensation and Income Tax Act, 1961 9.2 Tax implications 9.3 Wage fixation and legal interpretation 10.10.10.10. Quantitative Tools for Compensation ManagementQuantitative Tools for Compensation ManagementQuantitative Tools for Compensation ManagementQuantitative Tools for Compensation Management 10.1 Variable Compensation plans 10.2 Retirement plans 10.3 Payroll management 10.4 Incentive determination and employee benefits 10.5 Group incentive payments 10.6 Overtime wages 10.7 Economic Value Added (EVA) 10.8 Quantitative analysis 11.11.11.11. International Compensation ManagementInternational Compensation ManagementInternational Compensation ManagementInternational Compensation Management 11.1 Approaches to international compensation 11.2 Components of international compensation 11.3 Designing international compensation plans
  • 6. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in 11.4 Concept of variation 11.5 Cultural issues 11.6 Repatriation issues
  • 7. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in Course OutlineCourse OutlineCourse OutlineCourse Outline IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction Explains the components of wages Explains the objectives of compensation Explains principles of compensation formulation taking into account the determinants of wage rates Explains the theories and principle of compensation determination Illustrates different types of wages such as minimum rate of wages, need-based minimum wage, living wage and fair wage Explains the significance of employee compensation Explains the behavioral and ethical issues faced in an organisation Explains the procedure and practices involved in wage determination Illustrates the compensation decisions involved in management such as job analysis, description, identifying job factors, job evaluation and pay determination Illustrates the procedure of compensation benchmarking compensation benchmarking involving planning, analysis, integration and action phase Explains the salient features of employee compensation in India Explains the components of employee reward system and compensation practices in India Economic TheoriesEconomic TheoriesEconomic TheoriesEconomic Theories Economic theories in compensation management Explains the procedure of Employee compensation valuation Describes ESOPs and procedure of pricing Explains the role of Labour Markets and Trade Unions Job designJob designJob designJob design Explains the process of designing a job Explains the procedure and steps involved in job analysis and job description Describes the process involved in job evaluation and assessment Describes the tools used in work measurement in an organisation Explains the importance of management and ergonomics PPPPerformanceerformanceerformanceerformance----based compensationbased compensationbased compensationbased compensation Explains the functioning of Performance Management System (PMS) Describes the objectives and indicator of performance measurement Describes the procedure of developing performance standards in an organisation Describes different techniques of performance modeling Explains the dimensions and scales of performance evaluation
  • 8. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in Explains the concept and working of Competency-based pay TeamTeamTeamTeam----based cbased cbased cbased compensationompensationompensationompensation Explains the operations and techniques involved in employee evaluation system Explains the concept of group incentive plans Describes the gain-sharing plan Explains the procedure of designing team-based compensation Describes the issue in rewarding teams Executive CompensationExecutive CompensationExecutive CompensationExecutive Compensation Explains the theories and practices involved in executive compensation Describes the components of executive compensation Explains the factors affecting executive compensation and the criteria involved in executive compensation Explains the various techniques of performance measurement Employee Motivation and benefitsEmployee Motivation and benefitsEmployee Motivation and benefitsEmployee Motivation and benefits Explains the theory of employee motivation and morale boosting Explains the objectives of employee motivation Explains different types of employee benefits Statutory employee benefits in India Describes the various employee benefits alternatives Describes the various non-monetary employee benefits Explains the deferred compensation plan Sales CompensationSales CompensationSales CompensationSales Compensation Explains the concept of sales functions Describes the sales compensation plan design procedure and issues encountered Explains the procedure of sales compensation design and administration Describes different types of sales incentives and motivation plans Legal issuesLegal issuesLegal issuesLegal issues Compensation and Income Tax Act, 1961 Describes the various tax implications Describes the process of wage fixation and legal interpretation Quantitative Tools for Compensation ManageQuantitative Tools for Compensation ManageQuantitative Tools for Compensation ManageQuantitative Tools for Compensation Managementmentmentment Explains the variable compensation plans and defines its constitution Described the retirement plans and its structure Explains the concept of payroll management system and their functioning Explains the procedure of determining incentives and employee benefits Describes the methods of group incentive payments Explains the concept of Economic Value Added (EVA) Describes the procedure of quantitative analysis for performance measurement
  • 9. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in International Compensation ManagementInternational Compensation ManagementInternational Compensation ManagementInternational Compensation Management Explains the different approaches to international compensation Describes the various components of international compensation Describes the procedure of designing international compensation plans Explains the concept of variation Describes the issues encountered in designing international compensation plans Explains the various repatriation issues
  • 10. Certified Compensation and Benefits Manager www.vskills.in Sample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample Questions 1.1.1.1. Which of the following statements is not correct regarding earnings per shareWhich of the following statements is not correct regarding earnings per shareWhich of the following statements is not correct regarding earnings per shareWhich of the following statements is not correct regarding earnings per share (EPS) maximization as the primary goal of the firm?(EPS) maximization as the primary goal of the firm?(EPS) maximization as the primary goal of the firm?(EPS) maximization as the primary goal of the firm? A. EPS maximization ignores the firm's risk level B. EPS maximization does not specify the timing or duration of expected EPS C. EPS maximization naturally requires all earnings to be retained D. EPS maximization is concerned with maximizing net income 2222.... In a companyIn a companyIn a companyIn a company, representativ, representativ, representativ, representatives from management and workers come together toes from management and workers come together toes from management and workers come together toes from management and workers come together to decide such matters as improving performance, working conditions, and jobdecide such matters as improving performance, working conditions, and jobdecide such matters as improving performance, working conditions, and jobdecide such matters as improving performance, working conditions, and job security. What are these groups called?security. What are these groups called?security. What are these groups called?security. What are these groups called? A. Democratic determination B. Worker determination C. Work councils D. Democratic representation 3333.... Which of the following factors may influence compensation?Which of the following factors may influence compensation?Which of the following factors may influence compensation?Which of the following factors may influence compensation? A. Taxation B. Healthcare costs C. The cost of living D. All of the above 4444.... The amount of salary an individual receives in the homeThe amount of salary an individual receives in the homeThe amount of salary an individual receives in the homeThe amount of salary an individual receives in the home----country becomes thecountry becomes thecountry becomes thecountry becomes the ________ when calculating compens________ when calculating compens________ when calculating compens________ when calculating compensation.ation.ation.ation. A. base salary B. original allowance C. non-negotiable salary D. None of the above 5. Employee turnover rate focuses on stability of employee in the organisation.Employee turnover rate focuses on stability of employee in the organisation.Employee turnover rate focuses on stability of employee in the organisation.Employee turnover rate focuses on stability of employee in the organisation. A. True B. False Answers: 1 (D), 2 (C), 3 (D), 4 (A), 5 (B)

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