Salary expenses are generally the largest fixed cost and employer has. By creating a salary structure that is rational and linking it to a merit system, you will have a tool that will be very effective in helping you to control your salary expenses. This webinar will provide you with the basic concepts and understanding on how to create a salary structure and link it to a merit system.
This webinar will help you answer the following questions:
- How much of a salary increase is too much, too little?
- How can I distinguish between excellent, average and poor performers?
- What should I offer as a starting pay rate?
- How can I control my salary related costs?
After this webinar you will be able to create a Salary Structure that:
- Is easy to understand, everyone know the rules
- And supervisors like because it:
1. Minimizes defensiveness
2. Minimizes “squeaky wheel” approach to increases
By the completion of this webinar, participants will be able to develop a:
- Systematic approach to starting pay
- Systematic approach to salary increases
- Fair, equitable, rational approach to merit pay
- System that minimizes pay discrimination and preferential treatment claims
- Business Owners, Managers
- Chief Financial Officers
- Human Resource Professionals
- Compensation professionals
- Financial Professionals
- Create ADA Job Descriptions (helpful)
- Create Job Families
- Compare to Current Situation
- Create Salary Structure
- Match Jobs to Structure
- Obtain Current Salary Data
- Create Pay Grade Matrix
- Link Matrix to Merit/Promotion System
He has also successfully completed the Senior Profession in Human Resources certification. Martin is also a certified Management Trainer for various National organizations Professional History: Martin is a Human Resources Professional with over 30 years of increasing management responsibility with major corporations across several industries including finance, retail, healthcare, and aerospace.
Just prior to becoming a trainer and consultant, Martin was the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for a major regional financial institution. Martin has consulted for many organizations in Southern California in all areas of Human Resources, such as; Policy/Handbook Development, Compliance, Salary and Compensation Systems, Hiring and Termination practices, Benefit Plan reviews, Job Description and Analysis, Dispute Resolution, Progressive Discipline, and Workplace Harassment. He has served as adjunct faculty for the University of Redlands, Keller Graduate School of Management, and the University of Phoenix and has published articles in Personnel Journal, Manage Magazine, and Workspan magazine as well as several local publications. Martin has also been presenter at national, regional and local conferences for various organizations, chambers, associations and clubs on multiple Human Resource topics of interest to business owners