Published January 15, 2000
by American Management Association .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||326|
Business-driven compensation policies: integrating compensation systems with corporate business strategies. [Robert L Heneman] -- "More than just a standard outline of reward systems-of-the-moment, this book explains the do's and don'ts of building a competitive, successful pay system - and helps you avoid the failures inherent. Business-driven compensation policies: integrating compensation systems with corporate business strategies. [Robert L Heneman] NetLibrary An electronic book accessible through the World Wide Web; click for information. Online access - 1 simultaneous user. Business-Driven Compensation Policies:Integrating Compensation Systems With Corporate Strategies, by Robert L. Heneman. AMACOM: The book's objective is to present a process for merging corporate business strategies with compensation policies. The. The compensation policy is the basic document, which drives the detail of the compensation practices in the organization. As the compensation strategy sets the high level compensation goals of the organization, the compensation policy describes the details of the individual compensation components, their behavior and their role in the compensation scheme of the organization.
The Compensation Policy is divided into three parts. Part A deals with compensation of employees including KMPs & SMPs. Part B lays down the guidelines relating to compensation of the Managing Director & CEO and Other Whole-time Directors, and Part C for non-executive Directors. Part A: Compensation policy for employees including KMPs/SMPs Approach. three compensation books—Merit Pay: Linking Pay Increases to Performance Ratings, Business-Driven Compensation Policies: Integrating Compensation Systems with Corporate Strategies, and. Workers’ compensation. We strive to keep our workplace safe, but accidents may happen occasionally. Employees who are injured at work (by accident or disease) can receive wage replacement, medical care and rehabilitation benefits according to workers’ compensation laws, when appropriate. Please inform us of your injury as soon as possible. Employers may self-insure or obtain a workers’ compensation insurance policy. Employees Covered. All employees are covered, except: Domestic workers Employees who perform gardening, maintenance, repair, remodeling, or similar work in the employer’s private home Casual workers Employees who are covered by federal workers’ compensation laws.
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