Managing Employee Performance And Reward

Author: John Shields
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316441156
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Now in its second edition, Managing Employee Performance and Reward continues to offer comprehensive coverage of employee performance and reward, presenting the material in a conceptually integrated way. This new edition has been substantially updated and revised by a team of specialist contributors, and includes: • An increased focus on employee engagement and the alignment between the organisation's goals and the personal goals of employees • Expanded coverage of coaching, now a leading-edge performance enhancement practice • Extensive updates reflecting the major changes in employee benefits in recent years, as organisations strive to attract and retain talent • Updated coverage of executive salaries and incentives in the contemporary post-GFC environment. This popular text is an indispensable resource for both students and managers alike. Written for a global readership, the book will continue to have particular appeal to those studying and practising people management in the Asia-Pacific region.

Managing Measuring Employee Performance

Author: Elizabeth Houldsworth
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 9780749444778
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What teachers, police, City 'high flyers' along with the majority of the workforce have in common is that their performance is increasingly being managed, monitored and measured. This is for a number of reasons. Within the public sector, the 'Modernising Government' agenda has raised the emphasis on outcomes and measures of success. Within the private sector concern with 'shareholder value' has put pressure on organisations to predict and deliver business improvements. Managing and Measuring Performance examines how attitudes have changed and how performance management approaches have in turn evolved both in terms of sophistication and their degree of integration with people management practice. Looking at the principles and practice of performance management the authors describe the 'typical' performance management cycle, include results of their empirical work and surveys and include numerous case studies in this essential guide to contemporary performance management practice.

Employee Reward

Author: Michael Armstrong
Editor: CIPD Publishing
ISBN: 9780852929384
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Revised and rewritten to take account of the new academic standards that will be taught from September 2002, this text examines the many forces influencing decisions about pay - market forces, economics, corporate culture and strategy, to name a few. It provides clear guidance on all remuneration issues, including job evaluation, grading structures, performance management, profit-related pay, benefits and reward for particular groups. By starting from first principles and adopting an integrated approach, Employee Reward provides a definitive overview of the whole process.

A Handbook Of Employee Reward Management And Practice

Author: Michael Armstrong
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 9780749449629
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The first edition of this book emerged as the definitive guide to reward management and also became an established reference work on human resource management courses around the world. It's not hard to see why. Covering everything you need to know about reward management in a company, the handbook is both highly readable as well as containing an impressive programme of tried and tested techniques for running efficient and motivational reward programmes. The techniques covered include: establishing job values and relativities; developing grade and pay structures; how to reward and review contribution and performance; how to reward special groups; running employee benefit and pension schemes; and so much more. This new edition contains new research conducted by E-Reward, as well as over 30 new case studies and brand new coverage of key topics such as engagement and commitment, bonus schemes and rewarding knowledge workers. If you are involved in developing reward schemes for staff, or are studying human resource management, then this book will open your eyes to the latest thinking in staff motivation and reward.

Reward Management

Author: Geoff White
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134643268
File Size: 53,75 MB
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There have been fundamental changes in renumeration practices in the UK over the last quarter century, with a substantial decline in collective bargaining as the major method of pay determination and the growth of more individualistic systems based on employee performance, skills or competency. This new text, which includes chapters by major UK academics and consultants who are specialists in the reward management field, is the first to adopt a critical and theoretical approach to these changes in reward systems. It covers the Institute of Personnel and Development's reward syllabus but, unlike other reward books, takes a thematic and theoretical approach to the material.

Forced Ranking

Author: Dick Grote
Editor: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 9781591397489
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Forced ranking assesses employee performance relative to peers rather than against predetermined goals. It's a performance management tool that—when used right—has increased productivity, profitability, and shareholder value. Unfortunately, some firms have misunderstood what forced ranking is, or have implemented it poorly—resulting in confusion and controversy. In this hands-on book, renowned performance management expert Dick Grote dispels common misperceptions about forced ranking and offers a clear-headed, convincing argument for why it should be a necessary part of any robust performance appraisal system. Based on extensive research, case studies, and consulting experience, the book provides a practical framework for developing a forced-ranking system that is fair, humane, and effective. From establishing appropriate guidelines to accurately categorizing employees, to managing A, B, and C talent differently, Grote shows how managers can use this tool to identify future leaders, give honest performance feedback, and grow the talent that matters most to the firm's success. Transforming a controversial management practice into a practical and powerful leadership-development tool, Forced Ranking will help organizations and their employees reach new heights of performance success.

Armstrong S Handbook Of Reward Management Practice

Author: Michael Armstrong
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749466480
File Size: 20,94 MB
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Reward management deals with the strategies, policies and processes required to ensure that the value of people and the contribution they make to achieving organizational, departmental and team goals is recognized and rewarded. Armstrong's Handbook of Reward Management Practice is the definitive guide to understanding, developing and implementing effective reward systems. It is aimed at HR practitioners involved in employee reward, and at students who need to understand the importance of reward and how it can be successfully applied across organizations. Updated to reflect the practical implications of the most recent research and discussion on reward management, this edition includes new case studies and chapters on evidence-based reward management, reward risk management and ethical approaches to reward management. This authoritative and engaging book is accompanied by extensive online resources, including PowerPoint slides and notes for tutors, and exercises to help students to test their learning. It is also closely aligned to the CIPD's standards in Reward Management, making it an ideal companion for both practitioners and students undertaking a professional qualification.

Managing Performance

Author: Michael Armstrong
Editor: CIPD Publishing
ISBN: 9781843981015
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Managing performance is a critical focus of HR activity. This title reveals what leading organisations are doing to manage their employees' performance and how they are delivering results. It shows you how to improve the management of your employees' performance.

Managing Employee Performance

Author: Laura Stack
Editor: AudioInk
ISBN: 1613391846
File Size: 49,10 MB
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When an employee doesn't perform up to par, a manager must evaluate why the job isn't getting done and help the employee improve. In this ebook, Laura Stack, The Productivity Pro(r), will teach you how! You'll determine the cause of performance problems, create a motivating environment where employees want to give their best, and criticize effectively when needed. You'll learn how to: Analyze employee performance problems Motivate people to perform at their highest potential Provide constructive criticism when faced with problem performance Give helpful feedback on the desired behavior change Take corrective action when necessaryYou'll feel more in control when faced with a "problem" employee. You'll hear behavioral techniques to help you handle challenging, stressful performance situations. And you'll find out how to talk with your subordinates in a way that changes behavior and retains the human relationship!"

Strategic Reward

Author: Michael Armstrong
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 9780749446345
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cesses involved in developing and implementing reward strategies.

Compensation Management Rewarding Performance

Author: S.S. UPADHYAY
Editor: Global India Publications
ISBN: 9789380228389
File Size: 77,15 MB
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This book outlines a new way of looking at rewards-a holistic approach that uses measurement to determine what an organization actually valuses (in terms of skills, knowledge, experience and behaviors).Further it analyzes the impact of the braod spectrum of reward programs (pay benefits and carrers) on human capital and, in turn, on an organization's profitability.It discusses variable pay programmes, competency models to employee reward, talent management for business optimization, compenation in Not-For-Profit Organizations, designing the annual management incentive plan etc.

The Effect Of Reward Management System On Employee Performance The Case Of Ie Network Solutions Plc

Author: Esubalew Ginbar
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 334635301X
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Master's Thesis from the year 2020 in the subject Leadership and Human Resource Management - Employee Motivation, grade: 3.87, Addis Ababa University (College of Business and Economics), course: Business Administration, language: English, abstract: The aim of this study was to examine the effect of reward management system on employee performance in the case of IE Network Solution PLC. in Addis Ababa. In a current highly competitive business environment, having well performing and inspired employees are the main success factor for any organization. In realizing that, in one hand researchers argue well-designed reward strategy plays the major role through enhancing the performance of employees. On the other hand, other scholars claim that rewards have nothing to do with employees’ performance. This study was conducted through a mixed research approach with in both a descriptive and explanatory research design. A total of 80 self-administered questionnaires were distributed to the all staff members of the company. 77 questionnaires were returned. It was valid to run the data analysis. Therefore, the descriptive, correlation and multiple regression analysis were computed through SPSS version 23. The correlation analysis result shows that promotion and employee recognition positively and moderately associated with performance of employees. However, work condition salary have a positive but weak relation with employee performance. The multiple regression analysis revealed promotion (β=0.313), employee recognition (β=0.319), work condition (β=0.256), and salary (β=0.189) has a significant effect on employee performance. However, benefit packages have no significant effect on performance of employees. Additionally, the regression analysis shows, (R^2=0.579, p

Performance Planning And Review

Author: Richard Rudman
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781741152159
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Managing employees' performance is central to the role of every manager. Yet few organisations or managers are satisfied with their performance management systems - and few employees look forward to their performance reviews. This discontent has two main causes: first, employees' performance is often managed in isolation from the plans and targets of the work group or business unit; and second, the organisation is using inappropriate systems and methods of performance management. Performance Planning and Review describes how systematic performance management - planning, monitoring, reviewing, rewarding and developing what individual employees and work teams do - is the key to organisational success in today's complex and competitive world. Using practical examples, the author outlines the options available to organisations and managers, and discusses how to work out what is best for your organisation. Performance Planning and Review has been popular with managers, human resources specialists, students and others since its original publication. This new edition has been substantially revised to capture the latest research and good practice. It includes extensive coverage of new techniques like 360-degree feedback, and to open up new areas such as performance planning and review for teams.

Measuring And Managing Employee Performance

Author: Paul Kearns
Editor:
ISBN:
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This briefing will show you how to get the best out of your company's employees. It covers the business imperative behind the effective measurement of employee performance. It examines performance measurement from a strategic perspective and provides practical advice on how to implement a performance measurement system.

Managing Employee Involvement And Participation

Author: Jeff Hyman Bob Mason
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9781446231999
File Size: 17,50 MB
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As issues of employee involvement and participation once more evoke considerable controversy, this textbook provides an accessible overview of the main strands, perspectives and debates in current thinking and practice. It adopts a comparative international approach, addressing developments in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe, the United States and elsewhere. The authors identify two main strands of evolution: one driven by managerial interests in enhancing and controlling employee commitment and performance; the other deriving from employees' attempts to influence high-level organizational decision-making. In particular, they examine and analyze: the background of key concepts, issues and philosophies underpinning these different strands; the range of current employee involvement methods, from the individualistic and management-led to more regulated collective approaches; and the rationales and responses of employees, unions and employers to the various initiatives. Throughout the book the authors evaluate the contrasting philosophies and practices in the context of the rapidly evolving organizational and economic landscapes of advanced industrialized countries. Relevant factors include declines in manufacturing industries, deregulation of labour markets, intensifying international competition and the ever-increasing globalization of enterprise.

Handbook Of Human Resource Management In Government

Author: Stephen E. Condrey
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470616093
File Size: 56,26 MB
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HANDBOOK OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT, THIRD EDITION The practice of public human resource management has evolved significantly in recent years due to increased outsourcing, privatization, and the diminution of public employee rights. This thoroughly revised and updated edition of the classic reference Handbook of Human Resource Management in Government offers authoritative, state-of-the-art information for public administrators and human resource professionals. The third edition features contributions from noted experts in the field, including Donald E. Klingner, Mary E. Guy, Jonathan P. West, Jeffrey L. Brudney, Montgomery Van Wart, J. J. Steven Ott, Norma M. Riccucci, and many more. Praise for the Handbook of Human Resource Management in Government "This third edition of the Handbook of Human Resource Management in Government is an essential resource for scholars, practitioners, and general readers in need of concise summaries of up-to-date, cutting-edge, public personnel administration research. No other handbook on the market more concisely, more comprehensively, more clearly synthesizes this vast, rapidly changing field that remains so vital to effective government performance." —RICHARD STILLMAN, editor-in-chief, Public Administration Review "The Handbook of Human Resource Management in Government comprehensively and seamlessly blends theory and practice. The result is a clear road map that can finally make HR a key player in helping the government meet the unprecedented challenges facing our nation, our states, and our communities." —BOB LAVIGNA, vice president, Research, Partnership for Public Service, Washington, DC "With each successive edition, Condrey's Handbook of Human Resource Management in Government becomes a more essential tool for graduate students who wish to improve their understanding of this field. Condrey's own expertise has enabled him to take contributions from leading experts in the field and shape them into a reader that is comprehensive, engaging, and authoritative." —DONALD E. KLINGNER, University of Colorado Distinguished Professor, School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs; former president, American Society for Public Administration; and fellow, National Academy of Public Administration

Armstrong S Handbook Of Performance Management

Author: Michael Armstrong
Editor: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749470305
File Size: 50,86 MB
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Managing staff performance is an effective mechanism for developing both staff and organizational growth. By clarifying an organization's objectives, translating these into clear individual goals and reviewing these goals regularly, performance management provides a well-structured and effective management tool. In the completely updated fifth edition of Armstrong's Handbook of Performance Management, Michael Armstrong considers the latest developments in this area, and how these can be applied to managing staff for increased performance. The new edition includes guidance on 360-degree feedback and the results of a far-reaching e-reward survey of performance management practices in 156 organizations. Ideal for practitioners and students alike, Armstrong's Handbook of Performance Management is aligned to the CIPD standards for Performance Management and so is ideal for those working towards the intermediate and advanced level qualifications. It remains the most authoritative and engaging textbook on performance management. Online supporting resources include lecture slides, a glossary of terms and a literature review.

Performance And Reward Management

Author: Florence Stone
Editor: Capstone
ISBN:
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Fast track route to mastering performance and reward management Covers the key areas of performance and reward management, from conducting performance appraisals effectively and recognizing outstanding work when money is in short supply to learning how today's companies are using reward systems to achieve corporate missions and strategies Examples and lessons from some of the world's most successful businesses, including Johnson & Johnson, Hewlett Packard, Royal Dutch Shell, TRW, and Motorola, and ideas from the smartest thinkers, including Abraham Maslow, Frederick Herzberg, Peter Drucker, Henry Mintzberg, Tom Peters, and Jac Fitz-enz Includes a glossary of key concepts and a comprehensive resources guide.

Rewarding Performance Globally

Author: Fons Trompenaars
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317210077
File Size: 78,69 MB
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This book provides professionals with an easy reference resource for successfully implementing a performance management system in a multinational company. Providing research-based strategies for reconciling the global-local dilemma is the focus of the book. The authors explore principles drawn from extensive research in human resources and cross-cultural management. They focus on the critical process of defining, measuring, and rewarding performance in multinational organizations, emphasizing the importance of managing a workforce effectively in today’s highly competitive, globalized environment. A real-world case study is woven throughout the book to illustrate further the challenges organizations face when developing strategies, facilitating equivalent and consistent treatment, and contributing to the global mobility of talent. Rewarding Performance Globally will benefit senior-level HR professionals, and will also interest students of international management, human resource management, and cross-cultural management.