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Accounting

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.

Finance

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.

FSC

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.

HRI

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.

Management

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.

Management Information Systems

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.

Marketing

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.

Operations & Decision Sciences

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 333
Title Compensation and Benefits Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT330

Description

This course examines wage, salary, and benefits programs within both profit and non-profit organizations. Those practices, environmental forces, statutes, and managerial philosophies that shape total compensation programs for first line, managerial, and executive employees are explored. Also analyzed are current issues in compensation management and common obstacles to the establishment, administration, and evaluation of compensation programs.