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Mercer's 2019 HR Knowledge Seminar Series: Compensation Basics – March 21st, Toronto

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Mercer’s HR Knowledge Seminar Series Events: Compensation Basics – Toronto, Canada
Mercer’s HR Knowledge Seminar Series Events
Calendar15 February 2019

Mercer's HR Knowledge Seminar Series is designed for HR professionals. These complimentary seminars will allow you to share experiences and network with HR experts while developing the knowledge you need to fulfill your role effectively.


Date:  March 21, 2019
Time:  Breakfast & Networking:
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM (ET)
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM (ET)
Room: Harbourfront - Floor 8
120 Bremner Boulevard
Toronto, ON M5J 0A8


This complimentary, half-day session is designed to introduce HR and Finance professionals to the Basics of Employee Compensation. This course will give you an overview of several key elements of pay, incentives and salary benchmarking.

Mercer's Human Capital experts will present a broad range of compensation topics including:

  • Overview of total rewards
  • Elements of compensation
  • Compensation philosophy
  • Salary surveys and compensation benchmarking
  • Job evaluation
  • Payline analysis
  • Salary structure development


This HR Knowledge seminar is designed for all Human Resource or Finance professionals who would like to get a basic understanding of employee compensation. This session is not intended for people with more than 6 months working in the compensation function of the HR department.



Alex Bell, Principal
Eva Kwok
, Principal

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