BH311 Benefits Management
This course offers an overview of employee benefits. It is designed for professionals with little or no experience who wish to learn more about this aspect of the HR discipline. As new regulations from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) go into affect daily, information regarding this topic becomes more and more imperative for HR professionals. In this course students will learn the important elements of an employee benefits program that can be fully integrated in to a total compensation system.
What You Cover
- Overview of employee benefit plans including employer objectives, plan design and a brief history of employee benefits in the United States
- Insurance issues including group health plans, medical (HMO, PPO, indemnity, EPO), dental and vision. Life and disability plans with a concentration on compliance and regulatory issues
- Retirement plans including defined contribution plans, defined benefit plans and retiree medical plans
- Work and Family benefits including domestic partners, family leave/paid time off, employee-assistance programs, dependent care and flexible benefit plans
How You Benefit
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of how benefits and compensation can be combined together to form a total rewards system for employees
- Knowledge of how to administer complete benefits system including in-house and outsourced functions.
- Explanation of legal requirements and cost structures
- An understanding of the current national health care issues and how this affects the day-to-day administration an employee benefits program.
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.
Management of Human Resources(BH101) is strongly recommended as the first course, especially for those entering the certificate program with less than two years experience in the field.
Interested in bringing this course onsite? Please contact Carmen Schwisow
Applies towards the following certificate:
Human Resource Management