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- 6 Revised edition
- Kogan Page Ltd
- Brown, Duncan
- Black & white illustrations
- 247 x 171 x 31 mm
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- 3269:Standard B&W 6.69 x 9.61 in or 244 x 170 mm (Pinched Crown) Case Laminate on Standard 70 White
- 1043 g
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"The perfect mix of the theoretical and the practical, with case studies to illustrate the many different facets of reward in practice. This is a handbook which every reward professional should have within arm's reach throughout all stages of their career."--Gemma Huntley, Senior Reward Manager, River Island "This new edition provides coverage of important hot topics such as financial wellbeing and the critical connection between employee engagement and reward. It also offers practical tips for the reader on how to turn the well-explained academic theory into real life business-based improvements."--Katy Downes, Senior Engagement Manager "Based on over a century's worth of combined professional experience and insight, the authors explore the building blocks of reward management and strategy, as well as the latest thinking and recent developments in public policy."--Charles Cotton, senior performance and reward adviser to the CIPD "Armstrong and Brown's 'go-to' reward text has been brought up to date. Whether you read it cover to cover or dip in for specific insights, it gives credible background and practical answers to every reward practitioner's challenges."--Deborah Rees-Frost, CEO, Innecto Reward Consulting "Whether a student or a new or experienced practitioner, this is a seminal text that you should always have to hand. The world of reward management continues to evolve and this new edition has its finger on the pulse of all that is current. The sections on recognition, financial well-being, gender pay and employee benefits in particular illustrate concepts, ideas and developments that today's reward practitioners must have mastery of in the modern workplace."--Kenny Wardhaugh, Senior Reward Business Partner, Thirteen Housing Group
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Michael Armstrong is the UK's bestselling author of human resource management books including Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, also published by Kogan Page. His books have sold over a million copies and have been translated into 21 languages. He is a former Chief Examiner of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and an independent management consultant. Duncan Brown is Head of HR Consultancy at the Institute for Employment Studies. He has more than 25 years' experience in consulting and reward and he was previously the Assistant Director General at the CIPD.
Chapter - 00: Introduction; Section - ONE: Fundamentals of reward management; Chapter - 01: Reward management - An overview; Chapter - 02: Strategic reward; Chapter - 03: Total reward; Section - TWO: Aspects of reward management; Chapter - 04: Factors affecting reward; Chapter - 05: Financial rewards; Chapter - 06: Non-financial rewards; Chapter - 07: Motivation and reward; Chapter - 08: Engagement and reward; Chapter - 09: Performance and reward; Chapter - 10: Financial well-being; Chapter - 11: The gender pay gap; Chapter - 12: The ethical approach to reward and performance management; Section - THREE: Base pay management; Chapter - 13: Job evaluation; Chapter - 14: Market pricing; Chapter - 15: Grade and pay structures; Section - FOUR: Rewarding and recognizing performance; Chapter - 16: Pay progression through contingent pay; Chapter - 17: Bonus schemes; Chapter - 18: Team pay; Chapter - 19: Rewarding for business performance; Chapter - 20: Recognition; Section - FIVE: Rewarding special groups; Chapter - 21: Rewarding chief executives; Chapter - 22: Rewarding sales and customer service staff; Chapter - 23: Rewarding knowledge workers; Chapter - 24: Rewarding manual workers; Chapter - 25: International reward; Section - SIX: Employee benefits; Chapter - 26: Employee pensions and benefits; Chapter - 27: Flexible benefits; Section - SEVEN: The practice of reward management; Chapter - 28: Evidence-based reward management; Chapter - 29: Managing reward systems; Chapter - 30: Managing reward risk; Chapter - 31: Responsibility for reward; Chapter - 32: Reward management developments in the UK