At the end of the seminar, the participants would be able to design and implement strategic employee compensation and benefits programs in their respective companies in order to attract, motivate, and retain the best workforce. Specifically, they would be able to:

  • Formulate strategies on employee compensation and benefits;
  • Promote pay internal equity and external comparability;
  • Establish a remuneration scheme anchored on competency differentiation;
  • Enhance workplace productivity through performance-based pay modes; and
  • Design and implement employee benefits programs that address both the needs of workers and employers


Module 1: Employee Compensation and Benefits in Perspective

  • Employee Compensation and Benefits Concepts
  • Considerations in Employee Compensation and Benefits Planning
  • Linking Employee Compensation and Benefits to Competitive Advantage

Module 2: Determining Pay for Position

  • Revisiting the Organization Structure
  • Job Assessment and Job Definition
  • Job Evaluation and Classification
  • The Salary Structure: Internal and External Equity Considerations
  • Monitoring Compensation Costs
  • Salary Administration Techniques

Module 3: Determining Pay for Person

Module 4: Determining Pay for Performance

  • Performance Measures
  • Types of Pay for Performance Schemes

Module 5: Designing Employee Benefits

  • Design Parameters
  • Costing Employee Benefits
  • Trends in Employee Benefits

Module 6: Employee Benefits Communication and Administration

Module 7: Compensation and Employee Benefits for Special Situations

Module 8: Compensation and Employee Benefits Metrics

Professor & Director
Center for Industry Productivity and Competitiveness
University of the Philippines

  • International lecturer (Australia, Canada, Japan, Germany, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, etc.)
  • Invited to present papers in Canada and Peru
  • Author of a number of books and his articles are published in some of the journals and conference proceedings.
  • Issue Editor of the “Philippine Journal of Labor and Industrial Relations”
  • Member of different professional organizations including the International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA); and Industrial Relations Association of Academics in Australia; New Zealand (IRAANZ); and ILO Association of the Philippines; etc.
  • Expert in corporate planning, organization development, human resource management, industrial relations and quality management.
  • Before joining the University of the Philippines, he was connected with the private sector and a government agency – including his stint with San Miguel Corporation as Corporate Labor Relations Manager.
  • Recipient of various awards, recognitions and grants including the “2006 HR Leadership Award” (from the World HRD Congress Global HR Excellence Awards, held in Mumbai, India).
  • Accredited Voluntary Arbitrator of the Department of Labor & Employment

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Regular Rate           Php 1,499.00 + VAT starting July 22, 2020
Early Bird Rate        Php 1,399.00 + VAT until July 21, 2020
Group Rate              Php 1,299.00 + VAT per pax for 5 or more pax

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