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A diploma is an academic document awarded by schools that indicates proficiency in a given area. Generally, a diploma is earned after successfully completing comprehensive coursework on a particular topic or within a particular academic discipline.

Inclusive with human resource management, experts in employment relations are each organization’s link between the wider company and its employees. Goals include adhering to law and contracts, balancing competitive benefits and pay with the financial health of the company, retention, and performance.

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Tecnológico de Monterrey (Educación Continua Presencial)

The objective of this program is to learn techniques of planning, design, execution and evaluation of the systems of compensation to the personnel and the application of ... [+]

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Learn techniques of planning, design, execution and evaluation of compensation systems for personnel and the application of them in your company to meet the objectives and strategies.

Benefits of the programYou will prepare yourself to apply the techniques and tools proposed in your company and job position to achieve the desired results of your position and the area in your charge.In each module, you will solve real problems of your job through tasks and practices oriented to it.You will have an exchange of experiences that enrich the theoretical bases with the experiences of the assistants.Addressed to

Directors or managers of human resources, specialists, technicians or managers of compensation and benefits. It is required to have more than 6 months in administration of compensations or more than one year in technical positions of human resources.... [-]

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112 hours
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