Rem 101 For SMEs

A broad introduction to remuneration management in small to medium businesses.
A broad introduction to remuneration management in small to medium businesses, this workshop will help make remuneration come alive, demystify the ‘science’ and ensure that you come away with an improved understanding of key remuneration facets. Gain a solid grounding in the whys and hows of developing a remuneration system to suit your business. 

The workshop will cover:
  • Difference between reward and remuneration
  • Remuneration systems and choosing the right one for your business
  • Differentiating between pay for jobs and pay for people

Who should attend 

Small to medium business owners and managers, and HR professionals wishing to understand the broad concepts of remuneration in the context of SMEs. Personnel from other professions, such as Payroll staff and some finance department staff with remuneration content in their work portfolios would also find this course of benefit.  

Dates and Locations

Dunedin - Wednesday 11th April - 1pm-4pm
Hamilton - Wednesday 11th April - 1pm-4pm
Napier - Tuesday 21st August - 1pm-4pm
Nelson - Tuesday 3rd July - 1pm-4pm
New Plymouth - Tuesday 12th June - 1pm-4pm
Palmerston North - Tuesday 25th September - 1pm-4pm
Tauranga - Wednesday 21st March - 1pm-4pm
Wellington - Tuesday 10th April - 1pm-4pm
Whangarei - Wednesday 26th September - 1pm-4pm


$350 + gst per person

Discounted Pricing

Attend 2 or more courses and receive a $50 discount per course
Attend all 5 courses and only pay $1,400
RemNet members receive 15% discount (for more info on RemNet click here)

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