Managing employee performance and reward : concepts, practices, strategies
By: Shields, John
Title By: Brown, Michelle [Contributed by] | Kaine, Sarah [Contributed by] | Dolle-Samuel, Catherine [Contributed by] | North-Samardzic, Andrea [Contributed by] | McLean, Peter [Contributed by] | Johns, Robyn [Contributed by] | O'Leary, Patrick [Contributed by] | Plimmer, Geoff [Contributed by] | Robinson, Jack [Contributed by]Material type: BookPublisher: Port Melbourne, VIC, Australia : Cambridge University Press, c2016.Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xii, 440 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781107653535Program: MGNT949 HDR974Subject(s): Employees -- Rating of | Performance -- Evaluation | Compensation management | Employee motivationDDC classification: 658.314 SH MA Online resources: eBook
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Previous edition published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Performance and reward basics / John Shields and Sarah Kaine -- Managing for engagement / John Shields and Robyn Johns -- Strategic alignment / John Shields and Catherine Dolle-Samuel -- Managing for results / John Shields and Andrea North-Samardzic -- Shaping behaviour / John Shields and Peter McLean -- Reviewing and developing employee performance / John Shields and Michele Brown -- Base pay purpose, structures and options / John Shields and Patrick O'Leary -- Developing position-based base pay systems / John Shields and Catherine Dolle-Samuel -- Developing person-based base pay systems / John Shields and Catherine Dolle-Samuel -- Employee benefits / John Shields and Andrea North-Samardzic -- Case study: Bizarre bonuses? Gender pay inequity at Flinders Bank / John Shields and Andrea North-Samardzic -- Overview of performance-related rewards / John Shields and Michelle Brown -- Individual performance pay plans / John Shields and Sarah Kaine -- Individual recognition plans / John Shields and Sarah Kaine -- Collective incentives / John Shields, Geoff Plimmer and Jack Robinson -- Employee share ownership / John Shields and Michelle Brown -- Executive incentives / John Shields, Jack Robinson and Geoff Plimmer -- Achieving alignment : system review, change and development / John Shields and Peter McLean -- Appendix : Model responses to case study / John Shields and Andrea North-Samardzic.
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.