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Based on British practice but also of interest to American HR professionals, Reward Management has been judged ''the undisputed 'bible' on the topic'' by the Journal of Administrative Management. This definitive book explains reward management, which is concerned with formulating and implementing policies and strategies that aim to reward people fairly, equitably, and consistently in accordance with their value to the organization. It examines in detail the processes and various approaches that can be adopted to achieve and reward outstanding skill and competence levels in the workplace. Comprehensive and highly practical in its approach, it takes a strategic perspective and addresses the wide gap that exists between theory and practice, with a focus on the implications for practitioners.
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