This book examines and provides solutions to some of the perennial problems of performance-related pay. Brown and Armstrong review the evidence for the spread, relevance and effectiveness of PeRP on both sides of the Atlantic. They demonstrate conclusively that, while performance pay is not in retreat and is, indeed, continuing to expand, difficulties have resulted in the past from the rigid uniform, top-down approach often adopted in its implementation. The authors demonstrate that organizations today are taking a much more strategic and holistic approach to the issue, an approach which the authors term paying for contribution.
|Publisher:||Kogan Page, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||5.97(w) x 9.09(h) x 1.25(d)|
About the Author
Duncan Brown is Director of Reward Services at the Institute for Employment Studies. He has more than 20 years experience in reward consulting and research with firms including PricewaterhouseCoopers and Towers Perrin. He also spent five years as Assitant Director General at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). He has an MA from Cambridge University, MBA from the London Business School and is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD.
What People are Saying About This
"Here is the sequel to Ed Lawler's 'Strategic Pay' to get us through the next decade. This book covers the familiar battleground of performance pay, with a nice summary of the latest research and thinking on the topic, and an integrated approach to rewards that will drive performance. It will serve as the textbook for compensation practitioners worldwide, because it sets the latest thinking about pay in the broader context of reshaping business, led by leaders such as Jack Welch at GE." Diane Gherson, Worldwide Practice Leader, Reward Management, Towers Perrin