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The Human Resources Certificate Institute (HRCI) sets HR professionals apart! HRCI certification demonstrates to peers and colleagues within the Human Resources profession that you are a recognized expert and have mastered the core HR principles. Earning an HR certification wreaks many benefits for both the employee and organization.

Employee Benefits:
• Enhance your resume and candidacy. “One out of two recruiters prefer those (job applicants) with an HR certification” www.hrci.org.
• Certified professionals drive business through increased self- motivation, empowerment and confidence
• Stay competitive in the workforce and raise your value
• Network with HR professionals

Employer Benefits:
• Uphold competitive advantage in the market place because of the mastery held by human capital
• Internal career advancement for certified staff which reduces hiring and onboarding costs
• Clients have more confidence in the results of certified staff

HRCI statistics record that the average pass rate of the PHR and SPHR exam is 59 and 57 percent, respectively. An academically aggressive and reliable means of preparing for these exams is now available to ensure you don’t fall within these statistics.

HR.com has partnered with the Human Resources Certification Preparation (HRCP) program to help prepare professionals prepare and pass their PHR or SPHR exam. This program, like no other, offers a 100% guarantee or your MONEY BACK!! Included in the HR.com prep course are:
•       up to 30 hours of live online blended learning classes
•       6 study manuals, each covering the body of knowledge as prescribed by HRCI
•       Flash cards to test your knowledge
• 14 Online practice exams

A couple of well know exam preparation resources are available, however their correspondence based product has not proven to drive high turnover of successful pass rates. As you will see within this product demonstration, HR.com Exam Prep Course is proficient, reliable and intimate. The key ingredients to supporting fellow professionals get certified.
Date: Sep 3 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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Jennifer Marants
HR.com

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Brandon Wellsbury
HR.com

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HR.com Institute for Human Resources (IHR)
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
This Employer Branding webinar by New To HR helps organisations cut down on the costs of the recruitment process by hiring the right people right away. The right candidate understands and embraces the culture of the organization, even if he or she is not the most qualified person for the job. While most organizations try to find the most qualified person, that qualification is not necessarily enough to guarantee the person’s abilities to succeed with the company. If a person does not fit into the organization, he or she will not be able to bring their best. On the other hand, a less qualified person who fits the culture of the organization can easily be developed into a sparkling asset for the company. This webinar will show Human Resources teams how to save time and money on assessing the best person for the job, and how to ensure that the hired candidate fits into the company’s culture. It covers a range of tools and techniques to help improve the employer branding process to help companies hire the best candidates.
Date: Sep 4 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Nicole Dominique Le Maire
New To HR

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New To HR
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Learn how to effectively verify past employment and education information, as well as tool to spot phony credentials and fake degrees. This workshop reviews legal and effective technique for the reference checking process and how to verify education and spot phony credentials. New technologies and approaches will also be reviewed, as well as special issue involving international credentials and the role of Web 2.0 in the process.
Date: Sep 4 2014
Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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Les Rosen
Employment Screening Resources (ESR)

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Employment Screening Resources (ESR)
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Line managers are critical to the successful implementation of strategy within the organization. Without line management there to translate policies to employees, strategy would be useless. But, no matter what our intentions (as executives, or HR) we know that there is often a break-down in getting managers to implement policies. Certainly, line managers understand and most times are engaged with the business strategy. But, they can fail at implementing the strategy and policies necessary to make it happen. Hay Group Activate puts HR policies and practices in the hands of line managers and empowers them to make decisions in real-time.
Date: Sep 8 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Chris Harrington
Hay Group

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Hay Group
 
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ROI is a critical conversation that invariably arises when designing sales compensation. Executives want to know:

• How much is the sales compensation plan going to cost us?
• Is this a good investment of our money?
• What should we expect back?

Common challenges include:

1. What return should we expect from the sales compensation investment, and how we should look at that return? Is it a flat dollar return, or a flat dollar amount that we pay? If we go over $57 million is that a bad thing, or should we look a percentage of sales?
2. What strategic changes are driving our investment? We have had some changes in the organization and we’re pursuing new strategies that require us to make additional investments.
3. What are the right metrics to use for ROI?
4. How long should we wait to actually see an ROI? How you measure ROI on a job that’s producing zero revenue if it’s a multiyear sales process, but we know they’re doing the right thing? How do we justify that from a financial perspective?
5. How do we get everybody to speak the same language? This is one of the trickier questions. It’s a multifunctional problem, involving sales, HR, sales operations, and finance working together for a return on the sales compensation plan.

This webinar will offer four specific strategies to planning for and measuring the ROI of your sales compensation plan.

Date: Sep 8 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Rebecca Sandberg
SalesGlobe

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Carrie Ward
SalesGlobe

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SalesGlobe
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Trends in equity compensation affect many aspects of business, from the incentives faced by key employees to the dilution costs ultimately born by shareholders. This presentation will examine the ways that equity compensation has evolved in recent years, look beyond to where the practice might be headed, and summarize what compensation professionals should know about different equity vehicles. The last several years have seen a shift from stock option grants to full-value shares. Why? How do the trends vary by industry and company size? Equilar’s wealth of data on equity plan features and executive compensation helps illuminate both these questions and many others.
Date: Sep 8 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Nicholas Baldo
Equilar Inc

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Equilar Inc
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Excessive executive compensation within United States companies has historically been a problematic corporate governance issue. Despite many reform proposals, it has been resistant to change. CEO compensation continues to be a hot button issue in the U.S., sparking heated debate among activist shareholders, institutional shareholders, unions, employees, the media, and those who are concerned about income inequality.

This presentation will consider executive compensation through the lenses of popular opinion, empirical analysis, and corporate governance. Specific topics include the widening gap between executive and employee compensation, the pay mix of executive compensation by industry and organizational size, a case study of a recent failed Say on Pay vote, clawbacks, and a case study of a recent golden parachute that poses specific challenges with respect to the optics of executive compensation.

Date: Sep 9 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Stephanie R. Thomas
Cornell University Institute for Compensation Studies

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Cornell University Institute for Compensation Studies
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
The IRF has been tracking human capital, recognition, and reward trends since 2008. In this presentation, Melissa Van Dyke, President of the non-profit Incentive Research Foundation provides the latest data on business and societal trends impacting the world of employee engagement, incentives and recognition. This discussion will canvass not only the latest IRF pulse studies, but also the major research available from leading consultancies, academics and business thought leaders including:

1. Results Matter - Engagement Sponsors Search For More Tangible Outcomes: Focus On Outcome-Driven Engagement Efforts Represents A New Opportunity For Incentive Travel And Recognition Programs

2. Poaching -The Battle For Talent Takes On A New Dimension: New Emphasis On Retention Gives Incentive And Recognition Practitioners A Stronger Business Case

Date: Sep 9 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Melissa Van Dyke
The Incentive Research Foundation

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Incentive Research Foundation The Incentive Research Foundation
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Ever wonder if your sales compensation program is the most appropriate and effective plan for your company? Are your salespeople leaving because of shortcomings of their comp plan, or staying because you are over-paying them? Why can't sales people be paid an annual bonus like every other employee in your company - what makes sales comp so different than every other compensation program? Sales compensation remains one of the most difficult areas to get right - and there can be disastrous consequences if you don't. Getting it right results in a stable, productive salesforce; getting it wrong can lead to low productivity, high attrition, and an inability to attract top talent. "Understanding Sales Compensation (Sales Comp 101)" addresses these and other questions about one of the least understood and largest expenses in many companies.
Date: Sep 9 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Richard Lenahan
Praxis Sales Compensation Consulting

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Institute for Human Resources (IHR)
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Every year brings new challenges in the area of compensation. In this session, Jennifer E. Sunderland, Principle of Strategic Pay Resources, will discuss strategies for turning compensation challenges such as limited merit budget, retaining key talent, implementing a significant minimum wage increase, and stagnant pay ranges - in to affordable opportunities for companies to maximize their compensation investment. Ms. Sunderland will describe various strategies such as carve-out plans, multiple merit pools, lump sum increases, merit matrices, and variable pay plans – and address the key steps involved in implementation in order to give participants insight into which plans could work well in their organizations.

Every year brings new challenges in the area of compensation. In this session, Jennifer E. Sunderland, Principle of Strategic Pay Resources, will discuss strategies for turning compensation challenges such as limited merit budget, retaining key talent, implementing a significant minimum wage increase, and stagnant pay ranges - in to affordable opportunities for companies to maximize their compensation investment.

Ms. Sunderland will describe various strategies such as carve-out plans, multiple merit pools, lump sum increases, merit matrices, and variable pay plans – and address the key steps involved in implementation in order to give participants insight into which plans could work well in their organizations.

Date: Sep 9 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Jennifer Sunderland
Strategic Pay Resources

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Strategic Pay Resources
 
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