Base and Variable Pay

Short Course
Duration: 2   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

Gain an understanding of key issues that need to be taken into account on job evaluation, developing pay structures and performance pay. 

This course forms part of the CIPD Level 7 Advanced Award in Reward Management.

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Dates and Availability

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15 November 2017
Duration: 2
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£1,110.00
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16 January 2018
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24 April 2018
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25 July 2018
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20 November 2018
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  1. • If you need to book more than four places on one date please contact us on +44 (0) 20 8612 6202 or email us
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Details

This two-day course module focuses on structuring and managing base pay; designing variable pay programmes, and delivering on-going financial support to your business organisation.

This course can also be run in-house for a group of people in your organisation. Run as it features here, or tailored to suit your organisational needs. To discuss your particular requirements, please call us on +44 (0)20 8612 6202.

Course Tutors

Ms Sylvia Doyle

Sylvia is the founder of her own reward consulting practice and a Chartered Fellow of CIPD. As one of the Lead Programme Tutors of the CIPD Level 7 and Postgraduate Reward Programmes, her expertise includes pay structures; total reward; variable pay, executive remuneration and strategic reward to develop and implement reward solutions that impact employee engagement and bottom-line results. Sylvia also mentors HR decision makers on reward since establishing a successful reward mentoring programme in 2010. Sylvia is an independent non-executive director on the remuneration committee of the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and was on the remuneration committee of the RICS until 2015. Sylvia regularly speaks and writes on reward issues in the media, including the Financial Times.

Mr Denis Crowe

Denis is a freelance reward management consultant and until August 2011 worked as the Head of Reward Consulting at Pilat HR Solutions. In 2012 Denis set up his own consulting business, Denis Crowe Consulting Limited. Prior to January 2005, Denis worked as a senior manager in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ human resource consulting practice. His expertise encompasses all aspects of reward management, including: high level reviews of payment systems and reward strategies; pay and grading reviews; performance incentive arrangements; and market pricing of jobs including salary and benefit surveys. He has led a wide range of remuneration engagements in both the public (including executive agencies) and private sectors, across European and International locations. Most of these involved a wider review of business objectives and linking reward policies and practices to business requirements.
Who is it for

If you’re a reward professional, compensation and benefits consultant, or an HR practitioner, the Base and Variable Pay course is the right one for you. Whether you have comprehensive experience of reward management, or you’re simply looking to enhance your existing knowledge of pay structuring and design, we’ll make sure you get the balance right every time.

Benefits

Combining interactive theory and group work, the Base and Variable Pay course will provide you with the knowledge needed to assess and evaluate different pay structures and progression methods; helping you to manage various pay elements efficiently.

Programme

The programme for Base and Variable Pay includes:

 

  • Job evaluation
  • Pay setting
  • Pay surveys
  • Pay progression and equal pay
  • Individual performance pay
  • Performance pay practice
  • Incentive pay
  • Sales incentives and commission schemes.
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