The Compensation Handbook
McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 19, 2000 - Business & Economics - 646 pages
Straight answers to your compensation questions An A-to-Z guide to compensation strategy and design, Compensation Handbook, Fourth Edition, has been completely revised and updated to keep you on top of the important changes that have taken place in this area. Editors Lance A. Berger and Dorothy R. Berger have assembled articles by leading compensation practitioners to give you authoritative solutions to a wide range of specific compensation problems. This important new edition shares with you the best thinking on attracting and retaining outstanding employees in a tight market...executive compensation...computers and compensation...how to use a mix of compensation devices...and much, much more.
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THE ROLE OF COMPENSATION IN CORPORATE TRANSFORMATION
MILLENNIUM COMPENSATION TRENDS
THE EVOLUTION OF COMPENSATION PRACTICES
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