The PHR Certification and SPHR Certification will give you the knowledge required for problem solving within the
human resource profession. This Certification also teaches you all about human resources as a society. Within this society, it includes strategy implementation, human resource policy, paycheck practices and ways of rewarding staff for a job well done.
Rewards should be across the board fair. What is done for one should be done for another. No picking and choosing. It should show your employees that you value their good work and that your company values them as a person.
The SPHR Certification can show you how to properly dole out rewards to improve overall motivation, performance and mood of the employees.
It will assist you with incorporating the right strategies to make unified decisions in hiring and recruiting the right type of positive employees for the workforce. It will show you how to build a good foundation with your employees. A good foundation between your employees, human resources, and the company can lead to people feeling better about their jobs as a whole and will lead them to offer support and suggestions when they see something that isn’t right. In a company where things are handled inappropriately, employees are most likely to just let it go and say who cares and human resources may never know there was a problem until it was too late.
It will teach you how to implement the contemporary reward theory into the workings of your human resources departments. There are two concepts associated with the contemporary reward theory:
- Strategic Pay: This concept covers the practices and policies revolving the natural flow of regular wages according to the company’s point of view. The concept must be fair, have good intentions, and good philosophy.
- New Pay: This concept covers the practices and policies involving motivational compensation. It shows that the employees should have a say in if the current concept is seen as fair on all levels. Rewarding employees is a great way to boost employee morale in the workplace.
In the program, you will also be taught rewards management. This covers the practices and policies involved in fair wages and the company’s objectives and values. Rewards management does not always have to be of monetary value. Using a rewards management strategy can help you in determining how to create and modify your rewards as time progresses. Your methods should be based on your company’s values and beliefs when talking about a reward system.
Creating a map to show your employees how to get from one reward level to the next is very important and can help your employees and you reach your goals.
The program will show you how to decipher to your employees how certain functions, such as, rewards, can change over time with the growth or expansion of the business, while other functions stay the same throughout. Every human resource department needs a strong foundation with which to stand on.