Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Business & Economics - 656 pages
The text examines the strategic choices in managing compensation. A human resource model introduced in chapter one, serves as an integrating framework throughout the book. The authors discuss compensation issues in the context of current theory, research and practice. The practices of a wide variety of employers illustrate new developments as well as established approaches to compensation decisions. Many debates surround the various approaches to compensation. Milkovich/Newman strive to differentiate between beliefs and facts, and opinions from scholarly research.As the #1 text in the market, Compensation, offers instructor's up-to-date research material, in depth discussion of topics, integration of Internet coverage, a modern design and excellent pedagogy. George Milkovich and Jerry Newman, viewed as leading researchers and "authorities" in the field of Human Resource Management/Compensation, write in an engaging style that students will enjoy.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - drinkingtea - LibraryThing
The book is green, which I suppose is fitting for a book on compensation. Not compensation in the psychological sense, but rather the 'you work so you are getting paid' sense of the word. There are no ... Read full review
Very much simple book, specially for beginner HRM students
Syed Mohsin Kazmi - Lecturer HRM