The Compensation Handbook: A State-of-the-art Guide to Compensation Strategy and Design

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Milton L. Rock, Lance A. Berger
McGraw-Hill, 1991 - Business & Economics - 628 pages
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The day of the automatic merit pay rise and cost-of-living increase is over. Today's focus is on performance-based approaches to compensation and benefits that will effectively support the present and future requirements of the corporation.

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Contents

Looking Back on Forty Years of Compensation Programs
3
Creating a Viable
12
Developing a Compensation Strategy
24
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Lance A. Berger is a management consultant specializing in talent management, change management and compensation. A former general partner for the largest compensation practice worldwide at The Hay Group, he co-wrote and co-edited "The Compensation Handbook". "The Change Management Handbook", and "Deengineering The Corporation". He has been a featured speaker at the United Nations, The Conference Board, American Management Association, and the American Compensation Association.

Dorothy R. Berger is a consultant in talent management. She co-edited "The Compensation Handbook", Fourth Edition, "The Change Management Handbook" and "Deengineering The Corporation". She is the editor for in-house newsletters and publications.

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