A Handbook of Employee Reward Management and Practice

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2005 - Business & Economics - 478 pages
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A practical handbook designed to provide guidance on the approaches that can be adopted in developing and managing reward strategies, policies and processes. Aligned to the CIPD's professional standards for employee reward, this book is an essential aid for students and lecturers as well as a practical aid for those concerned with developing and managing reward systems.

Included is a lecturer's CD-Rom resource providing screens of key points to accompany the book.

The book is written in a highly readable style and contains many check lists, diagrams

and summaries.

 

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Contents

Total reward
13
Strategic reward
25
Reward policies
41
The context of reward management
47
Factors affecting levels of pay
57
of the factors 67 References
67
The psychological contract
85
Job evaluation schemes
91
Paying for organizational performance
263
Recognition processes
269
Performance management and reward
275
Rewarding directors and senior executives
293
Expatriate remuneration
301
Shop floor pay
311
Employee benefits
325
Flexible benefits
333

Developing and operating a pointfactor job evaluation scheme
107
Equal pay for work of equal value
131
Equal pay reviews
145
Market rate analysis
157
Role analysis
173
main types
181
design and implementation
201
REWARDING AND REVIEWING CONTRIBUTION
229
Team pay
255
Pension schemes
339
Managing reward
351
Reward case studies
371
Reward bibliography
419
Reward management guiding principles
429
Example of reward attitude survey
443
Index
459
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About the author (2005)

Michael Armstrong is a Fellow of and former Chief Examiner (Employee Reward) for the Institute of Personnel and Development. He is an independent management consultant with extensive experience in the aerospace and food industries and in publishing, and the author of many bestselling titles published by Kogan Page.

Tina Stephens is Chief Examiner (Employee Reward) for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

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