5 Essentials for a Compliant, Defensible & Effective  Compensation Program

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Develop compliant and defensible job descriptions in minutes.

Using a job rating system that helps to determine exempt and non-exempt status.

How to ensure fair and equitable base compensation.


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With all the new and pending FLSA and Comparable Worth laws, it is important that organizations maintain compliant and defensible job descriptions and a fair and equitable compensation management program. 

This webinar will provide valuable insight on how to ensure that various aspects of your job evaluation and salary administration program are in place to attract and retain employees.  



Bruce Johanson |  Principal Partner, DB Squared
Creating a solid base compensation structure that can be used for other forms of compensation that HRsoft software handles for its clients.


Bruce Johanson is a Principle Partner and Co-Owner of two Fayetteville, AR-based companies, Johanson Group, a HR/Management consulting firm and DB Squared, LLC, a HR/Compensation software company. Bruce works with private, public, government and non-profit organizations around the country assisting them with their job evaluation and compensation management needs. He speaks regularly at various state-level SHRM conferences in the SW and SE regions of the country.

LIVE WEBINAR: Wednesday, July 15, 2015     1:00PM - 1:30 PM ET

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