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CAC: Credits provided worldwide. Each course is worth 1 hour of CAC credit. To earn CAC credit for a course, you must pass the final exam with a score of 80% or higher, answering at least 8 out of 10 questions correctly.

CAC Certification Credits Available Worldwide

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Foundation Courses

15 Federal Employment Laws That Impact Compensation and Benefits

This online course offers an overview of various U.S. federal employment laws that impact compensation and benefits administration. This information is critical because we live in a litigious society. Employers and Human Resources professionals must know exactly what federal law requires regarding employee compensation and benefits administrat ...More

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03 New Economy Total Rewards

This course examines the differences between compensation programs of old economy and new economy organizations. Their different use of compensation elements (including base salaries, incentives and employee benefits) is discussed. At the end of this course, you should understand the basics of compensation planning, and how your organization can be ...More

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Salary Administration

82 Creating a Competitive Salary Structure

This course focuses on the development of a single competitive salary structure for a single market, with the goal of allowing a company to achieve salary levels that at least match the average for the comparison group of companies based on product or service markets, or talent labor markets. You will learn how to create this structure by evaluatin ...More

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81 Creating a Salary Structure for your Organization

Base salary structures are administrative tools that are designed to assist in the administration of compensation programs. Ideally, the salary structure will provide compensation levels that remain internally equitable, externally competitive, and cost effective. Pay structures typically group jobs of equal internal value or worth into grades. Thi ...More

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83 Designing a Geographic Salary Structure

This course takes you through the process of establishing a geographic salary structure for branch offices. You’ll learn how to determine whether your organization can apply its headquarters’ structure directly to the branch office, adjust the headquarters’ structure, or develop a new structure entirely. Geographic salary and cost ...More

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77 Pay-for-Performance

In this course, you’ll learn how to create a pay for performance plan for your organization. Pay for performance allows organizations to reward employees for attaining key goals resulting in organization success. This course will help you decide whether or not pay for performance is appropriate for your organization and how to create a pay for per ...More

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19 Quantitative Methods Used in Salary Administration

This course teaches the mathematical skills you need to administer your organization’s wage structure and salary increases. We begin with a discussion of how to analyze salary survey data using averages, medians, modes and maturity curves. Next we show you how to set up a wage structure for your company, using salary increase matrices, compa-ratios ...More

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78 Salary Increase Planning

This course reviews 3 different types of approaches to salary increase planning: those based on salary surveys of competitive market rates, cost-of-living adjustments (COLA’s), and merit increases (such as pay for performance). We’ll show you how to use each method and what resources are available to the Human Resource manager responsible for ...More

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Incentive Compensation

75 Creating a Variable Pay Plan

This course teaches you how to select and administer variable pay plans for your organization. It describes the importance of variable pay and the organizations that are best suited for these types of plans. It then covers the different types of variable pay plans available and the factors that must be considered in plan design. Finally, this cours ...More

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76 Sales Compensation and Expense Allowances

This course discusses the creation of sales compensation plans. It describes the steps you must take to set a plan up, including setting goals, choosing measures, and establishing formulas. Then it discusses how to evaluate the success of the plan. Finally, this course looks at special sales compensation, including travel allowances and expense acc ...More

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Executive Compensation

21 Compensation for Business Leaders

This course analyzes how compensation for business leaders is established. We will discuss the goals and theories behind these programs, including the use of incentives, bonuses and stock options; the advantages of deferred compensation; and the use of perquisites and golden parachutes. Then this course looks at the question of whether today’s exec ...More

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Relocation Planning

57 Relocating an Employee Within the United States

Employee relocation planning is a Human Resources function that supports businesses that have operations in multiple locations and move their employees to meet workforce demands. This course teaches you how to set up employee relocation packages for executive relocation, new hires, and everything in between. You'll learn how to establish home purch ...More

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World at Work CPE Sponsors - Registry CPE Sponsors - QAS CCC CAC

The ERI Distance Learning Center is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: https://www.nasbaregistry.org/