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For Assistance Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 800-385-1627 or Fax your PO to: 302-288-6884 Live Webinar on Basic Compensation Statistics Date: Thursday, January 31, 2013 Register Now Time: 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST Instructor : David J. Wudyka Duration: 90 Minutes Price : $145.00 (for one participant) Location : Online David J. Wudyka Founder, Westminster Associates David J. Wudyka,SPHR, is an independent Human Resource Consultant with over 30 years experience in the profession. He is the Managing Principal of Westminster Associates in Wrentham, MA, a Human Resource Consulting firm offering a wide array of Human Resource consulting services, including the design of Compensation programs....more Overview: Compensation professionals use "descriptive statistics" to convey the characteristics of data used in the development and management of pay programs. In this webinar, David J. Wudyka will describe a series of statistical concepts used by Compensation practitioners. The concepts to be covered include ideas such as pay structure development; "control points" in pay ranges, including minimums, midpoints and maximums; weighted and unweighted averages; means, medians and modes; weighted and unweighted averages; regression and correlation analysis; standard deviations and data ranges; com-pa ratios, and independent and dependent variables. Why should you attend: l Apply a wide range of statistical concepts to their Compensation programs l Build a pay structure that is statistically sound l Make an informed decision about whether to use weighted averages or medians in the development of their pay structures l Apply control points effectively in pay range development l Learn how to predict Executive base pay rates from one independent variable l Lean about the importance of measures of central tendency, and how they are applied in pay program analysis l How one statistical measure can be used to analyze pay survey data quality l Why on-line pay data may not be appropriate for use in pay data analysis Who Will Benefit: Suggest a Topic l Human Resource Managers More Webinars l Compensation Analysts Your Necessity is our Priority l Compensation Managers l Financial Managers of HR Departments It would be really nice if you can circulate this mail to all your deserving colleagues who can immensely benefit from this program. For more information, please contact theevent coordinator. We look forward to seeing you at the webinar. Best regards, Event-coordinator TrainHR TrainHR www.trainhr.com Livermore Common, Fremont, CA 94539, USA Phone: 800-385-1627 or Fax your PO to:302-288-6884 If you do not wish to receive this training alerts from TrainHR ClickUnsubscribe
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