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Learning C&B: Interesting read..

A senior C&B profile ---
Specialties:Job Evaluation and Role Clarification, Mercer IPE Methodology, Compensation Structuring, Compensation and Benefits Policy Design and Administration, Executive Compensation, Expatriate Compensation, Data Analytics, Six Sigma Methodology, Policy Integration post M&A, HR Process Benchmarking and Streamlining.

A junior C&B profile---
Fresher MBA from Non-ranked MBA college in IT services company in C&B..based in India
Look at her profile and claims...
Key responsibilites :

• Handling Compensation & Benefits in Americas
• Designing Compensation & Benefits structure and HR policies for Overseas countries considering Cost of living, legal provisions, Tax rules, Social Security norms and Business parameters
• Handling of Incentive plans
Identifying & Appointing Insurance agencies in respective countries based on Company’s requirements and provisions 
Evaluating various countries based on security / other issues & preparing practical Country guides for setting up business in new countries

Her next job with an HR consulting firm--Here she looks grounded and moderate...
Designing Expat Compensation and Policy manual
• Conducting Compensation & Benefits surveys for IT/ ITeS, Engineering Sector, Manufacturing
• PMS Audit
• Designing Retention Plan
• Conducting Development Centres--THIS IS INTERESTING!

Her specialities as in her Linkedin profile--Well grounded and fair...
HR professional with experience in Compensation & Benefits which includes designing Expat Compensation Structures, Surveys, Polices, Salary Revisions, C&B Cost Analysis, Retention Bonus Plan

Specialties:Compensation & Benefits..

One C&B Senior professional/Non-MBA worked with MNC pharma..
Responsible for end to end C&B Function, C&B polices & implementation. Lead / Supported C&B integrations during mergers and acquisitions designing and implementing C&B strategies Compensation benchmarking and pay ranges. Facilitated job mapping to determine appropriate market pricing, review and salary increases consulting and advising Global / Regional & local Stakeholders on compensation actions Developed Incentive schemes which supported pay for performance Develop Salary Budgets, Policies and processes design. Strategised & Implemeted Health and Wellness programme across India for about 3k employees.
Benchmarked Design and implemented benefits Programs considering trends, practices and costs. Compensation and benefits administration outsourcing ensure compliance & audits. Managed and administer expats compensation, ESOP and RSU. Built and lead the Compensation support to the Srilanka business start up

Specialties: C&B Integrations, Mergers and Acqusitions.
Employee Policies, Benefit design & administration.
Compliance and audits


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