Detailed Programme

The programme ‘Compensation & Benefits Management’ consists of 6 modules. Topics discussed:

Module 1
Strategic rewards unveiled – Ghent Campus

After a networking evening where you will get to know each other, and each other’s reward priorities, you will learn and apply key concepts and practices to enable you to develop a strategically aligned reward policy. The following topics will be covered:

  • Discovering reward typologies
  • From pay to total rewards
  • Gaining insight into employees’ reward preferences
  • From total rewards to strategic rewards: the Vlerick Strategic Reward Model
  • Reward strategies: key ingredients
  • Aligning rewards with strategy: how to do it?

Module 2
Total rewards – Case study - Live webinar
During this webinar, you will put your knowledge into action.

  • How to align rewards with strategic priorities?
  • How to make rewards fair and motivating?
  • Total rewards in practice

Module 3
Enhancing the employee reward experience by great communication – Live webinar

  • Reward Communication as a driver for understanding and appreciation
  • Pay transparency
  • Total Reward Statements

Module 4
Compensation – 3 Live webinars
During this module, practitioners will share their expertise in one of the key domains of Compensation.

  • Benchmarking & market positioning
  • Making ‘pay for performance’ work  
  • A deep dive into Salesforce Compensation

Module 5
Benefits – 2 Live webinars
During this module, practitioners will share their expertise in one of the Benefits domains

  • Customizing rewards (flexible rewards) with a separate focus on Belgium & The Netherlands
  • Supplementary pensions through a strategic reward lens
    Pension schemes in Belgium
    Pension schemes in The Netherlands

Module 6
Comeback day – Ghent Campus
During the integration day, we will organise a workshop on your organisation’s Reward Audit.

  • Putting knowledge into action – expert exchange
    In small groups, you will share your best practices and main obstacles in some specific topics of Compensation & Benefits Management.
  • Tax implications of Compensation & Benefits in Belgium
  • Tax implications of Compensation & Benefits in The Netherlands

A learning experience like no other

When you come to Vlerick, you step away from your usual routine and gain a wider perspective. You discover how to tackle challenges, turn your knowledge into action and apply your skills in your workplace. You learn from faculty who are experts in their fields – and from a diverse group of peers. All these things help you become a confident, skilled professional, ready to succeed in business – and in life.

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