The design and administration of relevant, highly valued employee benefits offerings are critical success factors in attracting and retaining global talent in today's competitive environment. GBA 1 highlights the many challenges and opportunities of offering and directing a portfolio of strategically designed health and welfare employee benefits programs. The course details wide-ranging issues in managing employee benefit risks and builds a foundational framework explaining the distinct benefit plans that comprise the health and welfare continuum. Alongside group health, dental, behavioral health and other plan types, the course examines legislative and regulatory trends, innovations in wellness and cutting-edge evaluation tools to equip today's benefits professional
|sct: 1||M, W||10/5||6:15 PM||$659.00|
The course provides an overarching framework of today's most pressing and volatile issues that impact both health and welfare plans, as well as retirement and capital accumulation plans. The course begins by describing the contextual environment in which employee benefit plans operate. The overview surveys the fiduciary regulatory structure built on the foundation of ERISA and looks at the "community of expertise" that characterizes the many specialty services that comprise todays multifaceted benefits industry. The course then explores the myriad challenges confronting benefits professionals including compliance issues, cybersecurity and privacy, and overseeing plan audits. Managing vendor services within the realms of health care and retirement is also considered. How todays private benefit plans interact with social insurance programs and how they are deployed on a global scale are likewise detailed.
|sct: 1||Sa||11/14||9:00 AM||$659.00|
This course teaches learners the basic components of compensation and benefits. Topics include developing rewards strategies, establishing classifications, plan design, health care, retirement plans, and more.
|sct: 1||M||9/21||6:15 PM||$645.00|
Covering federal, state, and city regulations, this course helps learners understand the employer-employee relationship, the regulation of discrimination in employment, unions, tort law, and labor law.
|sct: 1||Th||9/24||6:15 PM||$645.00|
Study many of the factors that influence employee behavior in this practical, hands-on course. Concepts covered include motivational theories, interpersonal relations, group and team dynamics, leadership, and more, enabling you to effectively analyze the culture of your organization.
|sct: 01C||W||9/23||6:15 PM||$645.00|
Managing your top talent can help ensure that your organization stays ahead of the curve. Learn how to manage your organizational talent, perform succession planning, and move star performers to places where they will have the most influence.
|sct: 1||M, W||10/28||6:15 PM||$645.00|
In this course dedicated to managing performance, learners will develop an understanding of the strategic, tactical, and legal components of performance management. Defining performance, measuring results and behaviors, conducting appraisals, and employee development will be covered, through practical exercises and case studies.
|sct: 1||M, W||10/5||6:15 PM||$645.00|
|sct: 2||Su, F, Sa||11/6||9:00 AM||$645.00|
This introductory course in HR Management provides a broad overview of the HR function. It is designed to help front-line managers, supervisors, and junior level HR staff effectively handle issues related to performance management, recruiting, retention, compensation, and the latest updates in labor laws, such as FLSA, FMLA, and more. Those who complete this course receive a Certificate of Human Resource Management from SHRM. Who can benefit from the SHRM Essentials of HR Management course?-New and junior HR practitioners who need to increase their knowledge base-Small business owners or office managers who perform the HR function for their company and business managers who want to learn basic HR best practices to avoid costly litigation-New or experienced managers interested in learning more about employee management skills-Representatives selling or supporting HR systems and services-International HR personnel wishing to increase their knowledge of U.S. HR practicesTuition includes the cost of materials.
|sct: 1||F||10/16||9:30 AM||$575.00|
|sct: 2||W||10/21||6:15 PM||$575.00|
Our SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP certification preparation course is designed primarily for individuals seeking credentials that focus on identifying and testing the knowledge and practical real-life experiences HR professionals around the world need to excel in their careers today. Earning your SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential establishes you as a recognized expert in the HR field. This certification preparation program covers four knowledge domains: People, Organization, Workplace and Strategy as well as eight behavioral competencies; Leadership & Navigation, Ethical Practice, Business Acumen, Relationship Management, Consultation, Critical Evaluation , Global & Cultural Effectiveness, and Communication. This intensive program combines expert instruction with the SHRM Learning System, so you will learn faster, retain more knowledge and stay on track as you prepare for the exam. For those not seeking certification, this course provides a comprehensive and accelerated option for professional development. Participants gain a generalist point of view, refresh key ideas and concepts, strengthen their understanding of core competencies and increase productivity.As an added advantage, the course includes the most recent SHRM Learning System.
|sct: 3||Sa||10/17||9:00 AM||$1,385.00|
|sct: 1||Tu||9/22||6:15 PM||$1,385.00|