George T Milkovich, Jerry M Newman and Barry A Gerhart.
- 11th ed.
- New York : Mcgraw-Hill/Irwin, 2014.
- xviii, 718 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Part One-Introducing the Pay Model and Pay Strategy Chapter 1: The Pay Model Chapter 2: Strategy: The Totality of Decisions Part Two-Internal Alignment: Determining the Structure Chapter 3: Defining Internal Alignment Chapter 4: Job Analysis Chapter 5: Job-Based Structures and Job Evaluation Chapter 6: Person-Based Structures Part Three-External Competitiveness: Determining the Pay Level Chapter 7: Defining Competitiveness Chapter 8: Designing Pay Levels, Mix, and Pay Structures Part Four-Employee Contributions: Determining Individual Pay Chapter 9: Pay-for-Performance: The Evidence Chapter 10: Pay-for-Performance Plans Chapter 11: Performance Appraisals Part Five-Employee Benefits Chapter 12: The Benefit Determination Process Chapter 13: Benefit Options Part Six-Extending the System Chapter 14: Compensation of Special Groups Chapter 15: Union Role in Wage and Salary Administration Chapter 16: International Pay Systems Part Seven-Managing the System Chapter 17: Government and Legal Issues in Compensation Chapter 18: Management: Making It Work Table of contents
Offers instructors research material, discussion of topics, integration of Internet coverage, pedagogy, and a truly engaging writing style. This text examines the strategic choices in managing total compensation. It discusses major compensation issues in the context of current theory, research, and real-business practices.