Handbook of wage and salary administration
An authoritative and comprehensive handbook on wage and salary administration. Includes sections on: job content ; job measurement ; wage and salary structure ; appraising performance ; incentives ; surveys and their uses ; noncash compensation programs ; the compensation program in action ; trends and issues ; total reinuneration.
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Describing Salaried Jobs A W Hudock
Collecting Job Content Information through Questionnaires Jesse
Objective Methods of Job Analysis John R Roark and John
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