We will familiarise you with the classification of employee benefits under IAS 19, and present methods and principles that companies should use to account for liabilities arising from long-term employee benefits.
Accountants and controlling/finance staff who account for employee benefit liabilities.
HR department staff who design and administer employee benefits and want to know what liabilities may arise from employee benefits and how to measure such liabilities.
Classification of employee benefits. Short-term vs long-term employee benefits.
Requirements of Czech Accounting Standards vs IFRS.
Measuring employee benefit liabilities using the Projected Unit Credit Method.
Assumptions used in measuring the provision for employee benefit liabilities.
Practical examples of calculating the provision.
Requirements for notes to financial statements.
Reconciliation of the movement in the provision for employee benefit liabilities.
Understand for which types of employee benefits companies must recognise the respective liabilities and how to measure such liabilities.
Become acquainted with the general principles and logic of the Projected Unit Credit Method, which is used to measure such liabilities.
Learn how to reconcile the provision for employee benefit liabilities and what disclosures to include in the notes to the financial statements.
The fee includes training materials and morning refreshments. The training will be conducted in Czech.
For attending this training course, you are eligible to gain 4 of CPD points.
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