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B1 Course - Regulatory Environment for Benefits Programs

Save up to $300 today!* Take advantage of this limited opportunity to save on the upcoming B1 Regulatory Environment for Benefits Programs. You’ll learn all the exciting and riveting details on U.S. regulatory requirements for employee benefits programs. Acquire real world examples on federal regulations, such as FMLA and PPACA. In addition, gain the tools needed to influence various types of benefits plans including health and welfare plans, retirement plans, paid time off programs and IRC Section 125 & 129 plans.

Also, as if you needed another reason to sign-up, get one step closer to your certification by taking this CBP requirement! To register, visit, enter the code “60days” by March 1st to receive the discounted rate. Please also enter code “LNPROMO2015” to help CWCG receive money back from your registration.

*Note, these savings are dependent on your CWCG membership status. Members enrolling to take the course and exam will save an additional $155 on top of the already discounted fee. Non-Members will save $300 off of the course and exam pricing.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 10 February 2015 16:46 )
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2015 Certification Courses and Schedule

Beginning January 1st, 2015, WorlatWork will be implementing new certification requirements along two new types of certification.  Visit WorldatWork to learn more.

March 9 & 10, 2015 -  B1 - Regulatory Environments for Benefits Programs 
o   Includes a review and discussion of the Affordable Care Act

May 14 & 15, 2015  -  C12 - Variable Pay - Improving Performance with Variable Pay

October 1 & 2, 2015 -  T7 - International Financial Reporting Standards for Compensation Professionals
o   New course, required for GRP & ACCP

Last Updated ( Monday, 16 February 2015 20:48 )
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Letter from the President

As we come off from a successful year which we saw the regional compensation and benefits conference Rewards NW, the first in ten years, CWCG is looking to the future. Rewards NW witnessed over 200 total rewards professionals come together for a day of learning and networking. If you weren’t able to attend the event or need a reminder of all that was covered that day, please visit the Rewards NW website to review the recordings from the conference ( We look forward another successful event in 2016 when Rewards NW will be held in Seattle. 

2015 starts off with some positive changes. CWCG has revamped the programs format, doing away with quarterly events and moving to more frequent, bimonthly events. Throughout 2015, all programs will be held the first Thursday, every other month from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Red Star Tavern. This will allow for more regular opportunities for our members to network and discover new and updated practices.

Anticipated changes in 2015 will include a review of the overall CWCG brand, from our 20 year old logo to our outdated website and even the CWCG name. The CWCG name may not have the recognition outside the Pacific Northwest nor is it a name that is inclusive of all total rewards professionals. In the coming weeks, we will be conducting a survey to seek your input on the name change. 

We look forward to hear from our members on how to approach the name change as well as seeing you at the new programs this year. 

Maddy Mahoney
2015 CWCG President

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