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- Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 44.95
Living wage activism has spanned time and space, reaching across decades and national boundaries. Conditions generating living wage movements early in the twentieth century have resurfaced in the twenty-first century, only on a global scale: 'sweated' labour, macroeconomic instability, and job insecurity. Upon reviewing the empirical evidence, the... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 64.95
Top Pay is an extremely topical and contentious area and compensation and benefits is a well-defined area of interest in HR. This book investigates how the field of top pay developed? Why is there so much interest in top pay? Why governments take such an interest? Separation of ownership from control. The issues of Institutional shareholding, globalisation,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2002; US$ 69.95
Wage setting has historically been a deeply political and cultural as well as economic process. This informative and accessible book explores how US wage regulations in the twentieth century took gender, race-ethnicity and class into account. Focusing on social reform movements for living wages and equal wages, it offers an interdisciplinary account... more...
- Wiley 2005; US$ 89.50
"JoAnn Senger has gone out of the box to address fundamental compensation issues too-often ignored in the public and not-for-profit sectors. She peels away the 'second-class citizen' label and provides effective compensation structures that reward top performers." --Jonathan Fraser Light Senior Partner, Nordman, Cormany, Hair & Compton A step-by-step... more...
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc 2005; US$ 79.99
This volume considers the development of the wage formation and wage bargaining institutions as a response to changes in the bargaining environment. These changes include a lower level of inflation and the growth in intraindustrial trade as firms have become more specialised. The response to these changes will depend on the current institutions and... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2004; US$ 115.00
Low-paid employment is a key issue for labour market policy. The essays in this book, focusing on European countries, provide new empirical evidence regarding the impact of minimum wages on employment, earnings mobility among low-paid workers, job satisfaction across the earnings distribution, unemployment traps, the demand for low-skilled workers,... more...
- Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2004; US$ 199.00
Introduces a collection of papers originally presented at the 79th Applied Econometrics Association Conference which was organised with the specific aim of stimulating discussion on the ??econometrics of wages??. Topics of particular focus include gender wage gaps and wage discrimination. The papers provide insight into the magnitude and sources of... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 86.95
'The Human Resources Scorecard: measuring the return on investment' is the first book to provide a comprehensive, step-by-step process for measuring return on investment in human resources programs. Based on the classic ROI definition of earnings divided by investment, the ROI Process developed 20 years ago by co-author Jack J Phillips aids managers... more...
- Temple University Press 2008; US$ 24.95
Across the United States tens of millions of people are working forty or more hours a week...and living in poverty. This is surprising in a country where politicians promise that anyone who does their share, and works hard, will get ahead. In Ending Poverty As We Know It, William Quigley argues that it is time to make good on that promise by adding... more...