Introduction to Total Rewards
Total Rewards encompass five components; compensation, well-being, benefits, development and recognition that collectively define an organization's strategy to attract, motivate, retain and engage employees. The challenge of developing, maintaining, and managing benefits and compensation plans is a critical and costly function for any organization and represents key components of a Total Reward Program.
Upon completion, you will be able to:
- Explain the Total Rewards Model (TRM)
- Describe the role of the TRM in an overall HR strategy
- Define each of the TRM components including compensation, well-being, benefits, development, and recognition
- Assess the work involved in developing a TRM for an organization including legal and regulatory compliance, policy and plan development, structure, and design, as well as communication and administration
Anticipate 4-5 hours per week working through the 5-week program.
Discussion posts due on Mondays and all other deliverables due on Saturdays.
Begin your class on the Sunday following paid registration.
Our Strategies for Success course is the first step in your online educational journey. This is a one-week course that will familiarize you with our online learning system, to ensure when you begin your certificate program you are ready to learn and fully participate.
This course consists of - weeks of guided learning, each comprising multimedia, interactive modules, curated readings, Monday Discussions, and Saturday Deliverables.
It is expected that you will spend approximately 4-5 hours per week working through these materials and assignments.
Begin your class on the Sunday following full enrollment.
Bryant University is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP™ or SHRM-SCP™.
Bryant University's Executive Development Center is a SHRM preferred provider. All of our Human Resource Management classes are approved for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification credits. This program has been approved for recertification credit hours through SHRM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrm.org.
Bryant University Human Resources Management courses are approved for recertification credits by the Human Resource Certification Institute. The use of these seals is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit. Please visit the HRCI website at https://www.hrci.org