Reward Management

Alternatives, Consequences and Contexts

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Edition: 3rd
Publication Date: May 2016
Pages: 444
Format: Book

ISBN13: 9781843983774

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With its comprehensive coverage of reward, range of international case studies and balancing of in-depth analysis with practical activities, Reward Management: Alternatives, Consequences and Contexts is the essential text book for Reward Management students.

The third edition fully maps to the CIPD module, Reward Management and is also ideal for students on Reward modules on wider HR or Business degree programmes. Features of the new edition include:

  • New material on Reward Management and Gender; the Living Wage; Pay Progression Systems; Evaluating Reward Systems; and Non-Standard Forms of Employment and Job Insecurity 
  • Extended and updated coverage of Executive Pay; Pensions; Evidence-Based Reward; and Total Reward · 
  • The findings from the latest annual Reward Management surveys. 

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Contents
Chapter 1. Introducing the Reward Management System

Chapter 2. Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks

Chapter 3. The Legal, Employment Relations and Market Context

Chapter 4. Base Pay Structures and Relationships

Chapter 5. Pay-setting, Composition and Progression

Chapter 6. Variable Pay Schemes

Chapter 7. Benefits

Chapter 8. Pensions

Chapter 9. Non-financial Reward

Chapter 10. Rewarding Directors and Executives

Chapter 11. International Reward Management

Chapter 12. Reward Management within HRM

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Authors
Stephen J Perkins
Stephen J. Perkins is Dean of the Faculty and Professor in Corporate Governance and Leadership at London Metropolitan University, UK

Geoff White
Geoff White is Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Greenwich Business School, UK

Sarah Jones
Sarah Jones is Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Bedfordshire, UK

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