Regulatory Environments for Compensation Professionals

  • 10/21/2024
  • 8:30 AM
  • 10/22/2024
  • 4:30 PM
  • TBD - Denver, CO

Reduce your organization’s financial and legal risk by understanding the extensive U.S. employee compensation regulatory landscape and the specific laws and directives that shape effective, compliant compensation programs.

This course provides an invaluable overview of the federal regulatory requirements that impact design and administration of compensation programs. Content includes the major federal statutes affecting compensation design and practice, including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Equal Pay Act (EPA), the Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1991, and other legislation that protects women, older workers, people with disabilities, veterans and more.

Speaker: Don King

What You Will Learn

See the labor regulations that affect employee compensation disputes.

Learn the major federal labor regulations that impact specific types of employers.

Examine issues related to the FLSA.

Explore discrimination legislation as it relates to compensation.

Who Will Benefit from This Course?

This foundational course on HR employment law is ideal for professionals seeking to understand and navigate the many major U.S. workplace regulations that relate to employee compensation.

Course Credits

WorldatWork Certification:

Successful completion of this course and its accompanying exam can be applied to the Certified Compensation Professional certification.

WorldatWork Recertification:

Course — 2 credits

Exam — 0.5 credits


Course — 1.6 credits

Exam — 0.9 credits

HRCI Recertification:

Course — 16 classroom hours

SHRM Recertification:

Course — 16 classroom hours


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