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Creating a Salary Structure for Your Organization


Course#: 81
Category: Salary Administration
Field of Study: Personnel/HR
Audience: HR Managers, HR Generalists
Level of Difficulty: Intermediate
Delivery Method: QAS Self Study
Prerequisites: Some college level courses with moderate algebraic training
Advanced Preparation: None
Overview:
Base salary structures are administrative tools that are designed to assist in the administration of compensation programs. Ideally, the salary structure will provide compensation levels that remain internally equitable, externally competitive, and cost effective. Pay structures typically group jobs of equal internal value or worth into grades. This course discusses the importance of designing and administering equitable pay structures. We also analyze the differences between merit and automatic progression, and focus special attention on the challenges that compensation managers face to include the labor market, retention, and the impact of free Internet salary information.
Learning Objectives:
  • Identify the characteristics that provide a foundation for a sound base pay structure
  • Recognize various design issues that should be considered when developing a pay structure
  • Specify how a base pay policy line and base pay ranges may be developed
  • Determine how to use compa-ratio and range penetration to identify pay positions
  • Calculate the cost of base pay programs
  • Differentiate between the various types of base pay increases
*The Course Credit List displays credits and credit types offered by location.

Course Price:  Free!
Exam Price:  $49.00


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