This course focuses on general quantitative concepts, basic statistical tools, the mathematics of compensation design and administration, mathematical modelling and regression analysis. This course will demonstrate how to apply these concepts utilising Excel so all participants must have access to Excel while completing the course. Participants will learn to consider data from numerous sources with an emphasis on problem solving and decision making.
This course requires you bring a fully-charged Windows PC laptop (not Mac), loaded with Microsoft Excel 2010 or later. We recommend that you bring a mouse to the course to help with extensive on-screen navigation. Participants will receive instructions to download the supplemental course material Excel files prior to attending the session.
This course is intended for those individuals who are pursuing CCP or GRP. It is also applicable for practitioners who are seeking a basic treatment for applying statistics in reward management and who have responsibility for designing compensation programmes.All demonstrations will be undertaken in Excel 2010.
Our panel of instructors has been recruited from the world's most respected and qualified practitioners, consultants and educators. These highly-experienced experts have dedicated their careers to the total reward profession. They will provide you with the critical advantage of showing you how to apply the facts and theory to real-life business situations that affect your organisation's bottom line.
The members of the UK and Ireland teaching faculty providing our reward management classes are as follows:
Duncan leads the HR and reward work at IES, a leading independent research-based charity which supports improvement in HR and employment practice. He has more than 25 years' experience in reward and HR consulting, research and policy work with Aon Hewitt, PwC and Towers Perrin. He spent five years as Assistant Director General at CIPD. His clients have included companies such as National Grid, and Lloyds Banking Group, as well as public sector bodies such as the Cabinet Office, NHS Employers and EHRC; and third sector employers such as the UN and Cancer Research UK. His work at the moment is focused on medical pay, gender pay, employee financial wellbeing and working in the gig economy.
Duncan is a leading commentator on HR, publishing many articles and books. He has participated on government taskforces concerned with fair pay, engagement, pensions, equal pay and human capital reporting. He advises various remuneration and HR committees as an independent and trustee including Christian Aid & the Pensions Policy Institute. Human Resources magazine placed him in its listing of the top 5 most influential thinkers in UK HR. Duncan has an MA from Cambridge University, an MBA from the London Business School and is a Fellow of the CIPD. He recently obtained his PhD at Kingston University.
Debra has over 30 years’ experience working as a global reward, engagement and communications specialist. Her career spans many blue-chip global organisations, across most sectors and internationally such as Gap Inc., Honeywell, Merlin Entertainment and Reward Gateway. In recent years she’s moved into what Debra calls the ‘pay it forward’ part of her career, which involves writing best-selling books and speaking and teaching across the world, sharing her insights, knowledge and expertise.
Debra is the co-author of Build it: The Rebel Playbook for world-class employee engagement, and author of Effective HR Communication. Both books provide practical tools, tips and stories which are intended to inspire you to take action.
Brid is a Consultant with Gurren Compensation, and is based in Ireland. She is a compensation & benefits generalist with over 25 years' experience. She was worked for several US multinational companies including Intel and Western Digital, and has broad international experience in HR, compensation, benefits, performance management and mergers & acquisitions. During her 16 years with Intel, Brid held a number of senior C&B roles in Ireland and mainland Europe. Having worked with Intel's mergers & acquisitions HR Group for a number of years, Brid has a wealth of experience in managing and aligning C&B programmes and strategies in such companies.
Since joining Gurren Compensation in 2009, Brid has worked with a range of clients in Ireland, Europe, China and the US, providing advice and implementation on C&B strategy and programmes.
Evan is an independent reward consultant working on a retained basis, with over 20 years' reward practitioner experience gained across various sectors including the armed forces, financial services and central government. Evan was until recently Head of Reward for Arup, a leading global engineering firm, and he was previously in a similar role at one of the largest UK government departments. Evan mainly specialises in total reward, employee benefits and wellbeing, including tutoring roles. He is a Chartered Member of the CIPD and founder of The Wellbeing Leader.
Alan is Managing Director of The Reward Practice and is one of Europe's best-known rewards professionals. He had been a Rewards Consulting Partner with both KPMG and PwC, and was also the Global Heads of Reward and Performance Management at Accenture until founding the Reward Practice with a number of former colleagues.
Over the last 25 years, Alan has worked with a large number of Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies and has specific rewards experience in banking, retail, brewing, manufacturing, communications and hi-tech companies. He has helped a range of companies with mergers and acquisitions, and has a reputation for getting things done. In the public sector, he has worked extensively in the health service, the police and prison services, and in the education sector. His interests are varied, and currently include the design of more effective incentives, the reduction in HR costs, value-based rewards programmes and the link between risk and rewards in banking.
In 2004, Pat founded Gurren Compensation. Prior to starting his own consulting business, he held a number of senior HR and comp & ben positions for leading multinational companies, including Digital, Intel and Motorola. During his ten-year career with Intel, Pat held positions as C&B Manager for Ireland, Asia Region C&B Director, Europe Region C&B Director and Global Head of C&B Operations. Since founding Gurren Compensation, Pat has worked with numerous clients across all industry sectors on the design and implementation of reward strategies that effectively align with business strategy and organisational goals.
Pat is a certified Global Remuneration Professional (GRP), a Fellow of the CIPD (FCIPD) and a partner at The Reward Practice. He has a wide range of performance improvement and reward management interests and is viewed as an expert in the design of pragmatic HR cost management and cost reduction strategies for organisations needing to reduce costs in a well-structured manner.
Nikolaj (MSc Econ, GradDip Org & Management and GRP® since 2007) is a seasoned rewards professional with more than 20 years of experience in global companies within sectors such as pharmaceutical, oil, banking and engineering. During these years, Nikolaj’s responsibilities within the total rewards arena have ranged from establishment, implementation and communication of:
He has a keen eye on developing solutions that enables managers to make the appropriate decisions to drive and recognise employees who deliver high sustainable performance. Today, Nikolaj is employed as Director of Commercial Development in International Operations in Novo Nordisk, working out of Zurich Switzerland covering Novo Nordisk’s sales operations in 180+ countries outside North America.
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E-reward.co.uk's GRP reward courses are hosted in a hotel just off Oxford Street in London's West End shopping district, close to Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Marble Arch London Underground stations.
Address: The Hard Rock Hotel, Marble Arch (formerly The Cumberland), Great Cumberland Place, Marble Arch, London W1H 7DL: www.guoman.com/en/london/the-cumberland.html
Getting to The Cumberland by London Underground:
London is served by five main airports, from the UK's main gateway at London Heathrow to London City Airport in the Docklands. For information on getting to and from London airports to Holborn in central London, visit Transport for London at www.tfl.gov.uk
Please let us know if you have any special requirements as soon as possible so we can plan accordingly.
Delegates are responsible for their own accommodation. There is a huge number of hotels within a mile or so of our venue suitable for most budgets: www.tripadvisor.co.uk/HotelsNear-g186338-d...
|Course Days 1 and 2|
|Morning Break||10.45am to 11.00am|
|Lunch||12.30pm to 1.30pm|
|Afternoon Break||3.00pm to 3.15pm|
|Exam Day 3|
|Exam||9.00am to 12 noon|
A questionnaire on the UK Border Agency web site will help you to decide whether you need to obtain a visa before you travel to the UK. It also contains guidance on the type of visa that you might need. The questionnaire is for all foreign nationals who want to come to the UK.
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At registration we will serve you complimentary teas and coffees. Mid-morning break of teas and coffees are served at around 10.45. A light lunch will be served at approx 12.30.
Once the exam scripts have been processed (about three weeks after the event), an email will be sent to you from WorldatWork with instructions on how to log into the WorldatWork web site to view your results.
Log into www.worldatwork.org with your ID and password. Click on My Profile in the upper right and then click on My Education Transcripts.
If you don't receive your exam results, please email or call WorldatWork Customer Relations department at email@example.com or +1 480-951-9191.
Passwords – if you have forgotten your password, under the log in screen at www.worldatwork.org there are tabs that say "I forgot my password" or "I need a password". If you are still having trouble, you can contact Customer Relations (contact information above).
If by chance you are unsuccessful in your exam, WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals has partnered with Pearson VUE to deliver computer-based certification examinations at city locations throughout the world. The retail rate for an exam only is approx. $200 for members ($270 for non-members). Computer-based testing (CBT) allows you to schedule your exam for the date, time and location that work best for you.
Registration for your exam must be made with WorldatWork, either online at www.worldatwork.org or by calling Customer Relationship Services at +1 480-951-9191 outside of the U.S. and Canada. (Your complete registration and payment must be received before you can schedule your exam.) Your receipt will instruct you to visit www.pearsonvue.com/worldatwork to set up an account with your name and email address.
Once all of the exams have been completed (and passed) a GRP certificate is posted to the participant. We suggest that participants keep their certifications current (every three years). Information about re-certification can be found here: www.worldatworksociety.org
We do not offer individual certificates for passing each exam but a participant can make a copy of their transcript under their My Profile information on the WorldatWork web site if they need a list of what they have taken.
E-reward.co.uk and WorldatWork are both globally recognised companies within the compensation & benefits field. Now we've joined together to host the internationally-recognised GRP qualification for reward professionals in the UK and Ireland.
|Total Rewards Management | GR1 – London||29 Jun 2020 London summer school; 9-11 Dec 2020 London|
|Quantitative Principles in Compensation Management | C3E – London||11-13 Mar 2020 London; 30 Jun 2020 London summer school|
|Strategic Communication in Total Rewards | GR9 – London||22-24 Apr 2020 London; 8 Sept 2020 London summer school|
|Job Analysis, Documentation and Evaluation | GR3 – London||1 Jul 2020 London summer school|
|Base Pay Administration and Pay for Performance | GR4 – London||2 Jul 2020 London summer school|
|Variable Pay – Improving Performance with Variable Pay | GR6 – London||3 Jul 2020 London summer school; 14-16 Oct 2020 London|
|Market Pricing – Conducting a Competitive Pay Analysis | GR17 – London||17-19 2020 Jun London; 9 Sept 2020 London summer school|
|International Remuneration – An Overview of Global Rewards | GR7 – London||7 Sept 2020 London summer school; 11-13 Nov 2020 London|
|Business Acumen for Compensation Professionals | C8 – London||20-22 May 2020 London; 11 Sept 2020 London summer school|
|International Financial Reporting Standards for Compensation Professionals | T7 – London||10 Sept 2020 London summer school|
|Base Pay Administration and Pay for Performance | GR4 – Ireland||27-28 May 2020 Dublin|
|Total Rewards Management | GR1 – Ireland||1-2 July 2020 Dublin|
|Business Acumen for Compensation Professionals | C8 – Ireland||TBC|
|Variable Pay – Improving Performance with Variable Pay | GR6 – Ireland||TBC|
|Strategic Communication in Total Rewards | GR9 – Ireland||25-26 Nov 2020 Dublin|
|Market Pricing – Conducting a Competitive Pay Analysis | GR17 – Frankfurt||6-8 Oct 2020 Frankfurt|
|International Financial Reporting Standards for Compensation Professionals | T7 – Ireland||30 Sept - 1 Oct 2020 Dublin|
|International Remuneration – An Overview of Global Rewards | GR7 – Ireland||TBC|
|Job Analysis, Documentation and Evaluation | GR3 – Frankfurt||7-9 Jul 2020 Frankfurt|
|Quantitative Principles in Compensation Management | C3E – Frankfurt||23-25 Jun 2020 Frankfurt|
|International Financial Reporting Standards for Compensation Professionals | T7 – Franfurt||12-14 May 2020 Frankfurt|
|Total Rewards Management | GR1 – Oman||26-28 April 2020 Oman|
|Job Analysis, Documentation and Evaluation | GR3 – Oman||15-17 March 2020 Oman|
|Variable Pay – Improving Performance with Variable Pay | GR6 – Oman||17-19 March 2020 Oman|
|International Remuneration – An Overview of Global Rewards | GR7 – Oman||28-30 April 2020 Oman|
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