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Jensen D., McMullen T., Stark M. Ч Managers Guide to Rewards: What You Need to Know to Get the Best for - and From - Your Employees
Jensen D., McMullen T., Stark M. Ч Managers Guide to Rewards: What You Need to Know to Get the Best for - and From - Your Employees

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Ќазвание: Managers Guide to Rewards: What You Need to Know to Get the Best for - and From - Your Employees

јвторы: Jensen D., McMullen T., Stark M.

јннотаци€:

The Manager's Guide to Rewards is the first book to take a practical look at compensation issues from the manager's perspective. It covers everything you and your company need to know to create a program that significantly and consistently rewards great employees - without overly burdening the bottom line.


язык: en

–убрика: Ёкономика и финансы/

—татус предметного указател€: √отов указатель с номерами страниц

ed2k: ed2k stats

√од издани€: 2006

 оличество страниц: 256

ƒобавлена в каталог: 31.12.2007

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ѕредметный указатель
Accountability      56Ч57 164 165 168 190
Achievable goals      46 170Ч171
Action plan      75Ч77
Aeromexico      168Ч169
Alignment      8 48
Alignment for teams      58
Alignment of culture and compensation program      4Ч5
Alignment of culture and performance metrics      55 56
Alignment of employee and company goals      48Ч50
Alignment of individual and group objectives      160
Alignment of job requirements and pay      88
Alignment of rewards and organizational objectives      73
Alignment of skills and job      183Ч184
America's Most Admired Companies, list      1 12 59 115 182Ч183 218
American Modern Insurance Group (AMIG)      155 200Ч201 220 221
AMIG      see American Modern Insurance Group
Anchors, market      104
Arbella Insurance      38Ч41
Avaya      156Ч157
Average performers      179Ч180
balanced scorecard      58Ч59
Baldock, Elisabeth on AMIG compensation package      155
Baldock, Elisabeth on communication by line managers      200Ч201
Baldock, Elisabeth on recognition      220
Base pay/salary      97Ч117
Base pay/salary and demotions      111Ч112
Base pay/salary and developmental moves      112
Base pay/salary and lateral transfers      112
Base pay/salary and linking performance and market      105Ч109
Base pay/salary and promotions      111
Base pay/salary at Home Depot      104Ч105
Base pay/salary for new hires      110Ч111
Base pay/salary in rewards philosophy      52Ч53
Base pay/salary in time-based culture      36
Base pay/salary, allocating increases in      108Ч109
Base pay/salary, broadbanding structure for      102Ч104
Base pay/salary, challenges in managing      114Ч116
Base pay/salary, determining increases in      53
Base pay/salary, individual job pricing structure for      99Ч100
Base pay/salary, limitations on      18
Base pay/salary, primary structures for      98Ч99
Base pay/salary, salary grades structure for      100Ч102
Beaumont Foundation      152
benefits      141Ч158
Benefits at American Modern Insurance Group      155
Benefits at Avaya      156Ч157
Benefits at Beaumont Foundation      152
Benefits at St. Vincent's Medical Center      155
Benefits in functional cultures      151
Benefits in network cultures      151Ч152
Benefits in process cultures      151
Benefits in time-based cultures      151
Benefits in total rewards program      146Ч150
Benefits, communication strategy for      153Ч154
Benefits, competitive position of      146
Benefits, employees' perceptions of      141Ч146
Benefits, ensuring effective ROI on      142Ч146
Benefits, investment in      141
Best practices, measurement of ROI as      12 13
Bezos, Jeff, on culture      66
Bonuses      119Ч120 126
Bottom-up performance measures      51
Brand, employment      75 78
Branding-reward link      42
Broadbanding      102Ч104
Brown, Dick, on coaching      162
Business & Legal Reports      88 89
Business objectives and organizational culture style      33Ч35
Business objectives at Arbella Insurance      38Ч41
Business objectives in functional work culture      33Ч35
Business objectives in network culture      34 37Ч38
Business objectives in process work culture      34Ч36
Business objectives in time-based work culture      34 36
Business objectives rewards structure in      42Ч44
Business objectives total rewards strategy for      41Ч43
Business objectives, linking rewards to      31Ч44
Business systems, as management lever      7
C-Sort      39Ч40
Cantalupo, Jim      148
Career ladder promotions      111
Career paths      181Ч198
Career paths and architecture of roles      184Ч187
Career paths and competencies for management roles      187Ч192
Career paths and internal development opportunities      68Ч69 181Ч183
Career paths and savings in rewards budgets      197Ч198
Career paths in rewards strategy      196Ч197
Career paths, principles for developing      192Ч196
Career paths, skills-job alignment for      183Ч184
Caterpillar Corporation      201 203 210 220 221
Challenges, goals as      46
Chambers, John, on stock option plans      49
Chrysler, culture of      36
Cisco      161 162
Climate      see work climate
coaching      162 163Ч165 178
Communication(s)      199Ч213
Communication(s) for gaining employee trust      202Ч204
Communication(s) in network culture      37
Communication(s) of benefits program      149Ч150 153Ч154
Communication(s) of compensation program      27Ч28
Communication(s) of incentive plans      135
Communication(s) of performance measures      178
Communication(s), choosing vehicle for      207Ч208
Communication(s), conceptual and logistical matrix of      203
Communication(s), discussion protocols for      210Ч212
Communication(s), effectiveness of      77
Communication(s), for managing expectations      200Ч202
Communication(s), implementing plan for      208 210Ч212
Communication(s), overcoming barriers to      206Ч207
Communication(s), strategic planning of      204Ч208
Communication(s), tactical planning of      208 209
Compa-ratio      107
Compensation programs, aligning culture and      4Ч5
Compensation programs, base pay in      97Ч98 106Ч108
Compensation programs, cost of      2
Compensation programs, merit pay in      25
Compensation programs, most common approaches to      3
Compensation programs, primary structures for      98Ч99
Compensation programs, problems with      2Ч4
Compensation programs, ROI of      11
Compensation programs, salary increases in      108Ч109 see also rewards programs
Compensation-culture matrix      34
Competencies as management lever      7
Competencies for management roles      187Ч192
Competencies in performance management      172Ч175
Competencies, across management roles      189Ч192
Competencies, increasing      160 161
Competencies, jobs grouped by      103
Competencies, threshold      188
Conceptual complexity (communication)      203 204
Continental Airlines      123
Cozyn, Martin, on performance levels      180
Culture      see organizational culture
customer satisfaction      45
Customer service      35Ч36
Deere & Company      91Ч92
Deficiency needs      70Ч71
Defined benefits/contributions      144
Demotions, pay and      111Ч112
Development, as reward      187Ч198
Developmental moves, pay and      112
Dialogues, performance      26 125 163
Differentiation between top and average performers      166
Differentiation by competencies      173Ч174
Differentiation in rewards      24Ч28
Differentiation in variable pay      124Ч125
Differentiation of performance      18Ч19
Discretionary rewards      119Ч120
Discussion protocols      210Ч212
Diversity in workforce      63Ч64
Downward reevaluation of positions      113Ч114
Eckenrod, Mary, on performance management      161 162
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, on consistency      169
Emotional Intelligence (Daniel Goleman)      172
Employee branding      14
Employee satisfaction      15 138
Employee talent      182Ч183
Employees as best competitive advantage      61
Employees as teams      57Ч58
Employees, confidence of      68
Employees, engaging      63
Employees, feedback from      76
Employees, gaining trust of      202Ч204
Employees, goals of      26Ч27
Employees, in goal-setting process      47
Employees, managing expectations of      124Ч125 200Ч202
Employees, perceptions of benefits by      141Ч146
Employees, ROI for      17Ч19
Employees, valued work elements of      19Ч20
Employees, work/life balance for      69Ч70
Employment brand      75 78
Equity, in variable pay plans      121 122
Essential competencies      173
Expectations, employee      124Ч125 200Ч202
Feedback on current rewards offered      76
Feedback on meeting goals      46 47
Feedback, multi-rater      176
Fidelity Investments      41
Field of Dreams (movie)      31
Financial Times      174
Fitz-enz, Jac      19Ч20
Flextime      70 145
Focus, creating      46
Folley, Greg, on change-management program      201 203
Forced performance distributions      178 179
Forced ranking systems      178Ч179
Formal coaching      164
Fortune magazine      1 see also America's Most Admired Companies list
Fournier, Stephen, on job valuation      88
Francino, Terri, on Southco's benefits      149
Functional silos      183
Functional work culture      33Ч35 56 151
Funding for benefits      144
Funding for rewards      25
Gainsharing      126 135
General Electric      36
General Motors      141
Geographic pay differentials      114
George, Dennis, on career environment      182
Gerstner, Lou, on information sharing at IBM      128Ч129
Gerstner, Lou, on motivation for work      55
Gift rewards      122
Goals, clarifying      25
Goals, performance, see performance goals rewards consistent with value of      26Ч27
Goals, SMART      59 169Ч171
Goleman, Daniel      64 172
Grades, salary      100Ч102
Graebner, Donna      95
Gray, Jill, on recognition program      221 222
Groninger, Don, on Beaumont benefits package      152
Hay Group      1
Heineken USA      66
Herzberg, Fred      215
Home Depot      104Ч105
Hot skills, pay differentials for      114
HR      see human resources (HR)
Human needs, hierarchy of      71Ч72
Human Resource Executive, on pricing jobs      90
Human resources (HR), compensation function in      13
Human resources (HR), market pricing focus of      86Ч87
Human resources (HR), rewards program within      31Ч32
Human resources (HR), understanding methods of      87Ч89
IBM      128 157
Incentive measures      48Ч50
Incentive-culture matrix      34
Incentives for motivation      121Ч127
Incentives in rewards philosophy      53Ч54
Incentives sales      139Ч140
Incentives, bonuses vs.      119Ч120
Incentives, weighting of      129 see also variable pay
Individual job pricing      99Ч100
Informal coaching      164
Information technology      35
Input criteria      184
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s)      5 6
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s) and retention      15 16
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s) in rewards philosophy      54
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s) in total rewards approach      42 43 62 65
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s), ROI in      21
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s), taking stock of      74Ч75
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s), value of      14
Intangible (nonmonetary) reward(s), work climate as      67
Internal value      43 82
JCPenney      94Ч95
Job content, understanding of      86Ч87
Job content-based market pricing      93Ч95
Job descriptions, performance objectives in      56Ч57
Job design, as management lever      7
Job enablement factors      70
Job evaluation      82 90Ч92
Job satisfaction, drivers of      70
Job valuation      see valuing employees' work
John Deere      see Deere & Company
Johnson, Ben, on retention      69
Johnson, Rich, on Home Depot's growth and pay system      105
Judiesch, Michael K.      20
Kanter, Rosabeth Moss, on recognition      71
Kelleher, Herb, on intangibles      61
Key messengers      206
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)      169
KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) principle      4 137
Kluz, Allan on communications      200
Kluz, Allan on Northwestern Mutual rewards program      37Ч38
KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)      169
Lafley, A. G., on employee development      187
Lane, Robert W.      91
Lasko, Bruce, on Avaya's benefits      156
Lateral transfers, pay and      112
Leadership as management lever      7
Leadership, confidence in      67Ч68
Leadership, fostering commitment of      73
Leadership, passion and vision of      148
Leadership, risks of moves within      195Ч196
Legal defensibility      92
Leinart, John, on job valuation      91
Levels of work, roles and      185 186
Levers for management      6Ч8
Line managers      1 19Ч20 88Ч89
Line roles      185
Logistical complexity (communication)      203 204
Loyola University Chicago      1
Lyle, Steve, on retention      69
Management processes and systems      7
Managers, career counseling by      182
Managers, competencies for roles of      187Ч192
Managers, dealings with HR by      87Ч89
Managers, employee reward vehicles for      166
Managers, employees' views of      69
Managers, line      1 19Ч20 88Ч89
Managers, performance dialogues by      26
Managers, performance management role of      161Ч167
Managers, ROI from training of      21
Managers, roles of      184Ч187
Managers, unit reviews by      125
Market anchors      104
Market pricing      82Ч87 92Ч95 115
Market ranking system      84
Market reference values      84
Market zones      106 107
Market, linking performance to      105Ч109
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