Reward Management: Employee Performance, Motivation and Pay by David HumeReward Management: Employee Performance, Motivation and Pay by David Hume

Reward Management: Employee Performance, Motivation and Pay

byDavid Hume

Paperback | December 4, 1995

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In order to recruit, motivate and retain an effective workforce, organizations must have an appropriate reward strategy. This practical and accessible text discusses reward management policies and strategies and examines the key components of the total remuneration package.
The author evaluates the effectiveness of various elements of the renumeration package and relates this to theories of motivation associated with the individual and organizational performance. All aspects of reward management are discussed, including: * Performance related pay, equal pay and pay structures * Pension schemes * Management of the reward system * Renumeration packages for expatriate workers Providing a succinct introduction to the subject for undergraduate and MBA students of HRM and those taking the IPD Reward Management course, Reward Management will be of great interest to all HR professionals.
David Hume is a Lecturer in Human Resource Management, The Scottish Agricultural College, UK.
Title:Reward Management: Employee Performance, Motivation and PayFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 9.02 × 6.08 × 0.83 inPublished:December 4, 1995Publisher:Wiley

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0631196234

ISBN - 13:9780631196235


Table of Contents

1. Employee and Organizational Performance.

2. Theories of Motivation.

3. Performance Management.

4. Remuneration and Motivation.

5. Developments in Payment Systems.

6. Establishing Remuneration Systems.

7. Job Evaluation.

8. Equal Pay.

9. Remuneration Benefits.

10. Pension Schemes.

11. Systems of Performance Related Remuneration.

12. Remuneration in an International Context.

13. Managing the Reward System.