People, Performance, And Pay - Thomas P. Flannery; David A. Hofrichter; Paul E. Platten;Free Press, 1996, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Good - in Very Good DJ. DJ slightly ruffled at the edges. Ffep creased. Front pastedown split at hinge over bottom 1". Text bright and tight.
In the rush to reengineer, implement TQM practices, form teams, and embraces other popular business strategies; most organizations have overlooked a critical component of successful change: how they pay their employees. Even though their responsibilities and corporate environments have undergone radical changes, most employees are still paid in the same ways they were paid twenty-five years ago. Contents: Compensation Lag; Work Cultures; The Role of Pay in Organizational Change; Dynamic Compensation Strategies and Tactics; Aligning Cultures and Compensation; Benefits in the Changing Organization; Rewarding Leadership in the Changing Organization; Reconsidering Executive Pay; Pay and the Changing Role of Human Resources; Communicating Pay; Nine Principles of Dynamic Pay; Epilogue: Paying for People;
Size: 9½" x 6¼"
Number of Pages: 269
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