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Discussing Compensation

As a manager, working through compensation issues is one of your most important roles. And while it’s so important to each individual, discussing compensation can be difficult and uncomfortable at times. As a leader, it’s to your benefit to learn how to conduct effective and productive conversations about compensation issues. When you do, your employees will appreciate the great conversations, and you’ll find them much easier to facilitate. The Discussing Total Compensation courseware will provide the structure and guidance you need to facilitate the difficult, yet critical, compensation discussions with your employees.

About the Course

Through this course, managers learn how to discuss compensation issues, rewards, as well as company benefits with individual employees.

This bundle comprises a number of courses to help you achieve the following goals:

  • Help employees know what the compensation market range is for their role
  • Discuss with your employees how individual performance impacts rewards and compensation
  • Create a clear link between performance delivered and rewards received
  • Identify who needs to be rewarded for working hard and going above and beyond what’s required
  • Conduct a benefits discussion with your team

receive credit towards certification

  • This course is approved for 1 hour of PMI PDU credit.
  • This bundle or toolkit is approved for SHRM recertification credit
  • This bundle or toolkit is approved for HRCI recertification credit.

Award winning content

These courses help build the skills needed to manage individual and team performance, engage and retain employees, as well as contribute to the organization's success.

Why Ready-To-Go

Research shows that 70% of development happens on the job, and betterU helps the learner apply learning on the job through step by step instructions and exercises. The combination of short videos followed by step by step instructions, help learners put into practice the learning they just completed, which means organization leaders are confident that the transition from learning to application on the job actually happens, and organization capabilities are increased.