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Reward Management in Context

Reward Management in Context

Reward Management in Context

  • By: Angela Wright

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ISBN: 9789386105066

Bind: Paperback

Year: 2017

Pages: 240

Size: 6.75 x 9.5 Inch

Publisher: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Published in India by: Viva Books

Exclusive Distributors: Viva Books

Sales Territory: India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka

Reviews:
 
"The text is well referenced and researched to provide coverage at post-graduate level. The locating of case studies throughout the text is an unusually positive feature of the book in that few good case studies are available in other reward text books.The short questions are a good idea they break up the chapter content and give the students something practical on which to base the ideas they are absorbing."
Sally Howe, Lecturer, University of West of England

"The text offers a good level of analytical detail within an accessible style. The text sticks well to its subject, and has good treatment of issues of current and topical interest. A range of practical examples are provided, and the balance of examples seem appropriate, being drawn from all employment sectors, including the public and not-for-profit sectors. The variety and currency of the examples and the case studies is one of the strengths of the text. There are useful cross-references to other parts of the book, and such assistance improves the overall value of a text. The text adds a valuable new dimension in terms of analytical approach and accessible ideas on current issues."
Andrew Leleux, ClPD Programme Leader, Buckinghamshire Business School

Description:

This text caters specifically for the Employee Reward module on the ClPD PDS qualification, as well as for reward modules on HR and business degrees. It is designed to offer an analytical approach to reward within a balanced look at theory and practice; it seeks to avoid a prescriptive view of reward and instead offers a critical approach to the subject area.

Features:
  • a variety of mini case studies and worked examples with analytical discussion points are included throughout the text
  • worked examples and web links are also included
  • an analytical approach is adopted to encourage critical thinking

Target Audience:
Ideal for management students and HR professionals, trainers, corporate leaders.

Contents:
 

List of tables and figures
Acknowledgements

Chapter 1: Reward in context • Business contexts • Employment and labour market context • Theoretical perspectives • Long-term pay trends • Total reward concepts and approaches • Examining the make-up of the ?pay package? • Taking the long view • assessing reward system success or failure

Chapter 2:  Pay determination • Development of pay determination • Extent of regulation • Job evaluation • Marketisation and internal equity • Shaping the current reward budget

Chapter 3: Pay structures • Job evaluation, market rates and pay structures

Chapter 4: Reward in specific contexts • The international dimension • Regionalising pay • Occupational pay differences and the trend to harmonise • Executives • a group apart • Public-sector and private-sector contrasts • The voluntary sector

Chapter 5: Performance pay • Perspectives on performance pay • Bonuses and incentives • Evaluating and monitoring performance pay

Chapter 6: Equality and reward • A long way to go, and few signposts.... • Causes of pay inequality • Legal framework • Ethnicity and pay • What action can employers take to reduce pay discrimination?

Chapter 7: The benefits package • Developments in the HR context • What are employee benefits? • Pensions • all change? • Legal necessities • a brief history of changes to pensions law/practice

Chapter 8: Flexible benefits • Diversity and choice

Index

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About the Author:

Angela Wright is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at Westminster Business School. Prior to her current role she taught at Coventry University and has a wide range of experience in teaching reward. Before becoming an academic, Angela worked as a Reward Adviser, consultant, editor and researcher on pay, reward and personnel policies.

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