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Compensation professionals also conduct custom compensation surveys to capture specific industry data not currently in published surveys to ensure viable matches.
5, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- While many compensation professionals use point solutions and enterprise systems (e.
Upon completion of The Center's Certificate Course, attendees will be eligible to sit for AMCOMP's WCP designation exam and obtain AMCOMP's certified Workers Compensation Professional (WCP) designation.
22 for HR and compensation professionals (the Webinar is free for this year's survey participants and subscribers).
Private companies face unique incentive compensation challenges," said Kerry Chou, a WorldatWork Certified Compensation Professional and practice leader.
March is also a WorldatWork Certified Compensation Professional and Global Remuneration Professional.
AMCOMP certifies workers compensation professionals and seeks to raise the professional standards of practice in the field.
Fundamentally, it is important for compensation professionals and members of the board of directors or governing body to recognize that, while the time commitment for new compensation governance disclosure rules may be substantial, there is a tremendous opportunity.
Put together by members of Aon Consulting's eComp Data Service, this work provides guidance to advisors and executive compensation professionals seeking to benchmark senior managements' executive pay against peer companies.
Analyse channel effectiveness Compensation professionals use Callidus TrueAnalytics software to:
Callidus TrueAnalytics software consists of graphical dashboards that can be configured to enable sales, marketing, and compensation professionals to monitor, analyse and explore multidimensional elements including: sales performance by region, team, product or channel, customer growth, and sales incentive costs.
s comp and occupational medicine seminar is for workers' compensation professionals, occupational physicians, occupational nurses, and attorneys.
Terrorism exposures and inadequate reserves are dogging the workers' compensation industry, said Robert Hartwig, senior vice president and chief economist for the Insurance Information Institute, during a presentation to the American Society of Workers' Compensation Professionals in New York.
s twenty-third annual seminar provides a forum for workers' compensation professionals, occupational physicians and nurses, and attorneys to discuss current issues.
26, takes an in-depth look at several states' regulations and discusses how workers' compensation professionals can use existing medical and legal tools to reduce the use of potentially dangerous and addictive opioids.