In the information-packed webinar, you will learn how to calculate key human resources metrics, why they’re important, and how utilizing these metrics can 1) save your organization money and 2) lead to improved business decisions.
- Key terms related to compensation metrics
- Which metrics are most useful when reviewing your organization’s compensation plan, and why
- The most commonly used metrics and which ones matter most
- How to calculate salary range penetration and compa-ratio
- How salary range penetration and compa-ratio are related
- What linear regression is and how to use it
- Best practices for comparing employee pay within a given salary range
- Techniques to help you use compensation metrics to determine if you’re paying within market targets
- What to do with all the data once you collect and analyze it
- Standard Deviation, and how it can be used to compare internal employee salaries and to test for potential pay discrimination
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John A. Rubino
President, Rubino Consulting Services
John A. Rubino is President of Rubino Consulting Services and esteemed a faculty member and seminar developer for WorldatWork and the American Management Association. He teaches courses on total rewards development, quantitative analysis, compensation incentive plan design, job evaluation, performance management, base pay design, global compensation and benefits, effective communications and equity reward programs.
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