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Evidence-Based Reward Management Creating Measurable Business Impact from Your Pay and Reward Practices

ISBN-10: 0749456566

ISBN-13: 9780749456566

Edition: 2010

Authors: Michael Armstrong, Duncan Brown, Peter Reilly

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List price: $70.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Kogan Page, Limited
Publication date: 8/1/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 264
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.364
Language: English

Born in 1966, Walton Golightly hails from Durban, KwaZulu-Natal - on the doorstep of what used to be the Zulu Kingdom. The People of the Sky is his third novel, and the final instalment in the Amazulu trilogy.Michael Armstrong is a Companion and former Chief Examiner of the Chartered Institute of Personal Development (CIPD), joint managing partner of e-reward and an independent management consultant. He is the author of several best-selling HR titles including Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, Armstrong's Handbook of Reward Management Practice, Armstrong's Handbook of Performance Management, Strategic Human Resource Management and Armstrong's Handbook of Management and Leadership

Acknowledgements
Praise for Evidence-Based Reward Management
Introduction
The concept of evidence-based management
Introduction
Evidence-based management defined
Approaches to evidence-based management
Evidence-based management and research
Evidence-based management and benchmarking
The myth of best practice
Best fit
Evaluation of HR management practices
Evaluation through measurement
Quantitative evaluation
Qualitative evaluation
Chapter summary
The concept of evidence-based reward management
Introduction
The meaning of evidence-based reward management
The meaning of integrated reward management
The ethical dimension
The role of reward strategy
High-performance working
Engagement
Attraction and retention of talent
Evidence-based reward in practice
Chapter summary
The reality of evidence-based reward management
Introduction
What is or is not happening?
Why there is little interest in evidence-based reward management
Why is evidence-based reward management important?
What evidence-based reward management aims to achieve
Chapter summary
Case study: Kent County Council: effectiveness in building a great place to work
The impact of evidence-based HR and reward management
Introduction
Measuring the impact of human resource management
Measuring the impact of reward
Chapter summary
Case study: McDonald's restaurants: aligning reward strategy to business objectives through employee engagement
The process of evidence-based reward management
Introduction
The context: reward practices under scrutiny
The challenges: the questions to answer
Assessing reward effectiveness
The components of evidence-based reward management
Defining reward goals and success criteria
Setting success criteria and moving on to assess them
Chapter summary
Case study: an analytical but values-driven approach to managing reward and incentive arrangements at Standard Chartered Bank
Reviewing reward
Introduction
The process of reward review
Approaches to reward review
Components of a reward review
Internal research
External research
Chapter summary
Case study: DSG International plc: reward effectiveness in driving a business turnaround
Measuring and evaluating reward
Introduction
Measuring reward
Evaluating reward
Chapter summary
Case study: evidence-based recruitment and reward at the NSPCC
Developing and implementing reward
Introduction
Analysing findings and agreeing improvements
Developing new and improved rewards
Developing with implementation in mind
Implementing, operating and reviewing more effective rewards
Chapter summary
Case study: KPMG: delivering effectiveness through performance-related and total rewards
Conclusions on evidence-based reward management
Introduction
The six components of evidence-based reward
Criteria for assessing reward practices
Views of practitioners
A final word
Index