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Managing Employee Performance and Reward

Concepts, Practices, Strategies

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Managing Employee Performance and Reward by John Shields
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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.
Cambridge University Press; October 2015
ISBN 9781316440797
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Title: Managing Employee Performance and Reward
Author: John Shields; Michelle Brown; Sarah Kaine; Catherine Dolle-Samuel; Andrea North-Samardzic; Peter McLean; Robyn Johns; Patrick O’Leary; Geoff Plimmer; Jack Robinson
 
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Managing Employee Performance and Reward
very weak chain of thoughts, its as if the authors are deliberately trying to make it hard for the reader to comprehend, their efforts focus on giving the book an academic appeal rather than delivering an information by the use of unnecessary collection of words that could have been replaced with simple language instead of the uncoordinated confusing terminology. I was forced to buy the book because i attend one of the authors classes and struggled with it through out the semester. there are a couple of websites that give you a free sample of the book i recommend that you give it a go before you buy this one. zero stars