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BH103 Compensation

Certificate Track: Management of Human Resources

While offering an overview and theory of base-pay compensation, this course is primarily designed to address the practical issues you face in creating and administering a compensation program. Course materials include sample forms, policies, and documents.

What You Cover

  • Job descriptions and analysis, job evaluations, and salary surveys
  • Compliance with federal and state laws governing pay
  • Determination of exempt versus non-exempt status
  • Management of potential pay discrimination
  • Current legal issues

How You Benefit

  • Understand the principles of pay systems
  • Learn how pay systems change according to the organization's needs
  • Demonstrate how information is obtained and used to ensure effective pay delivery

Cost: $549
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.

Instructor: Tami Boedigheimer

Tami Boedigheimer, MBA, has an undergraduate degree in economics and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Portland. She recently held the position of president for Columbia Willamette Compensation Group, an affiliated group of World at Work, and is currently a group partnership liaison and board member for World at Work. Before establishing a career and consulting practice in employee compensation, Ms. Boedigheimer spent over ten years in corporate accounting and finance in the high-tech industry.

Instructor: Judy Clark

Judy Clark SPHR, CPC, is the president and founder of HR Answers, Inc., the largest independent human resources consulting firm in the Pacific Northwest.  Ms. Clark has instructed in the Professional Development Center's HR Certificate Program since its inception and is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Washington. She is certified as a senior professional in human resources (SPHR) and as a professional consultant. Nationally recognized, Ms. Clark's experience with organizations of all sizes and industries gives her the broad perspective she brings to the classroom.

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.

Applies Towards the Following Certificate:
Human Resource Management

Interested in bringing this program to your organization? Contact Michelle Giovannozzi.