A Handbook of Employee Reward Management and Practice

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2007 - Business & Economics - 548 pages
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The first edition of this book emerged as the definitive guide to reward management and also became an established reference work on human resource management courses around the world. It's not hard to see why.

Covering everything you need to know about reward management in a company, the handbook is both highly readable as well as containing an impressive programme of tried and tested techniques for running efficient and motivational reward programmes.

The techniques covered include: establishing job values and relativities; developing grade and pay structures; how to reward and review contribution and performance; how to reward special groups; running employee benefit and pension schemes; and so much more.

This new edition contains new research conducted by E-Reward, as well as over 30 new case studies and brand new coverage of key topics such as engagement and commitment, bonus schemes and rewarding knowledge workers. If you are involved in developing reward schemes for staff, or are studying human resource management, then this book will open your eyes to the latest thinking in staff motivation and reward.

 

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book depicts the contemporary organisational issues and address them through different dimensions. it provides the readers with competitive and appropriate knowledge related to reward management. i personally value my time spent on some of the topics. it enhanced my existing knowledge and persuaded me to read more in order to learn in depth hr concepts.  

Contents

The context of reward management
19
Total reward
31
Strategic reward
48
Reward policies
96
THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
105
Motivation and reward
119
Engagement and organizational commitment
135
The psychological contract
147
REWARDING AND REVIEWING CONTRIBUTION
333
Bonus schemes
362
Team pay
371
Paying for organizational performance
380
Performance management and reward
393
Rewarding directors and senior executives
407
International reward
419
Rewarding knowledge workers
435

Job evaluation schemes
153
Developing and maintaining job evaluation schemes
168
Equal pay for work of equal value
200
Equal pay reviews
214
Market rate analysis
227
Role analysis
249
Types of grade and pay structures
263
Developing grade and pay structures
293
Shop floor
445
Flexible benefits
468
Pension schemes
476
Managing reward
489
Responsibility for reward
508
Appendix A Reward bibliography
518
Appendix B Alignment ofClPD Professional Standards for Employee
530
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Michael Armstrong is a Companion and former Chief Examiner (Employee Reward) for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultancy. He is the author of many best-selling titles published by Kogan Page.

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