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For undergraduate courses in Compensation Management and Wage and Salary Administration. As the leading text in its field Compensation Management offers a practical exploration of the systems, methods, and procedures involved in establishing and administering a compensation system within any organization.
Table of Contents
|Macroeconomic Compensation Concepts|
|Compensation in a Knowledge-Based Global Economy|
|The Reward System: Compensation and Noncompensation Dimensions|
|The World of Pay and Compensation|
|Organizational Structure: Strategic and Tactical Compensation Issues|
|Legislation and Compensation|
|Microeconomic Compensation Concepts|
|A Point-Factor Method of Job Evaluation|
|Surveying Market Pay and Compensation Practices|
|Designing a Base Pay Structure|
|Team-Based Pay in a Knowledge-Based World|
|Micro- and Macroeconomic Compensation Concepts|
|Measuring and Paying for Performance|