Table of contents for A handbook of employee reward management and practice / Michael Armstrong.

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[con]Foreword
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Part 1 The fundamentals of reward management
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1 Reward management: an overview
Reward management defined 00; The aims of reward management 00; Achieving the aims 00; The reward system 00; Elements of a reward system 00; Factors affecting reward management policy and practice 00; The development of reward management 00; References 00
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2 The context of reward management
The internal environment 00; The external environment 00; Impact of the environment 00; References 00
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3 Total reward
Total reward defined 00; The significance of total reward 00; Benefits of total reward 00; Model of total reward 00; Relational rewards 00; Developing a total reward approach 00; Approaches to total reward 00; Conclusion 00; References 00
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4 Strategic reward
Strategic reward management defined 00; The rationale for strategic reward 00; Guiding principles 00; The concept of reward strategy 00; References 00
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5 Developing and implementing reward strategy
General considerations 00; The reward strategy development sequence 00; Implementation 00; References 00
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6 Reward policies
The purpose of reward policies 00; Reward policy headings 00; Level of rewards 00; Developing reward policies 00; Examples of reward policies 00
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Part 2 The conceptual framework
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7 Factors affecting levels of pay
Economic determinants of pay 00; Factors affecting pay levels within organizations 00; The significance of the factors affecting pay levels 00; Application of the factors 00; References 00
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8 Motivation and reward
The process of motivation 00; Motivation theories 00; Motivation and financial incentives and rewards 00; Factors affecting satisfaction with pay 00; Motivation and job satisfaction and performance 00; The key messages of motivation theory 00; References 00
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9 Engagement and organizational commitment
Definitions 00; Engagement 00; Organizational commitment 00; References 00
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10 The psychological contract
The psychological contract defined 00; The significance of the psychological contract 00; Developing and maintaining a positive psychological contract 00; References 00
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Part 3 Establishing job values and relativities
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11 Job evaluation schemes
Definition of job evaluation 00; Aims 00; Features 00; The case for and against job evaluation 00; Categories of job evaluation 00; Types of analytical schemes 00; Types of non-analytical schemes 00; Market pricing 00; Computer-assisted job evaluation 00; Examples of the use of job evaluation 00; Conclusion 00; References 00
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12 Developing and maintaining job evaluation schemes
Developing a job evaluation scheme: initial stages 00; Designing a point-factor job evaluation scheme 00; Designing a job classification scheme 00; Developing an analytical matching scheme 00; Developing management procedures 00; Introducing job evaluation 00; Maintaining a job evaluation scheme 00; References 00
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13 Equal pay for work of equal value
Why discrimination takes place 00; The legal framework 00; The EOC Code of Practice on Equal Pay 00; Equal pay claims 00; Avoiding discrimination in job evaluation 00; Discriminatory pay structures 00; References 00
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14 Equal pay reviews
Purpose of equal pay reviews 00; Planning a review 00; The equal pay review process 00; Analysing pay 00; Conclusion 00; References 00
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15 Market rate analysis
Market rate analysis defined 00; Aims of market rate analysis 00; The problem of defining the market rate 00; The process of market analysis 00; Initial decision to conduct market analysis 00; Decide on benchmark jobs 00; Sources of market data 00; Analyse data 00; Prepare information on the jobs to be surveyed 00; Interpret and present market data 00; Using market data 00; A final word 00; Reference 00
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16 Role analysis
Definitions 00; Role analysis and reward management 00; Methodology 00; Role profile definition 00; Examples of role profiles 00
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Part 4 Grade and pay structures
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17 Types of grade and pay structures
Grade structures 00; Pay structures 00; Incidence of grade and pay structures 00; Narrow-graded structures 00; Broad-graded structures 00; Broad-banded structures 00; Career family structures 00; Job family structures 00; Combined career/job family and broad-banded structures 00; Pay spines 00; Spot rates 00; Individual job grades 00; References 00
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18 Developing grade and pay structures
Guiding principles for grade and pay structures 00; The design programme 00; The design process 00; Define guiding principles and objectives 00; Analyse present arrangements 00; Selecting the structure 00; Criteria for choice 00; Design options 00; Use of job evaluation 00; Graded pay structure design 00; Broad-banded structure design 00; Career family structure design 00; Job family structure design 00; Designing non-discriminatory pay structures 00; Implementing new grade and pay structures 00; References 00
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Part 5 Rewarding and reviewing contribution and performance
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19 Individual contingent pay
Individual contingent pay defined 00; The incidence of contingent pay 00; Contingent pay as a motivator 00; Arguments for and against contingent pay 00; Alternatives to contingent pay 00; Criteria for success 00; Performance-related pay 00; Competency-related pay 00; Contribution-related pay 00; Skill-based pay 00; Service-related pay 00; Choice of approach 00; Readiness for contribution pay 00; Developing and implementing contribution pay 00; References 00
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20 Bonus schemes
Bonus schemes defined 00; Aims of bonus schemes 00; Rationale for bonus schemes 00; Types of scheme 00; Category of staff covered 00; The business case for bonus schemes 00; Designing a bonus scheme 00; Introducing a bonus scheme 00; Reference 00
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21 Team rewards
Team pay defined 00; Aim of team pay 00; How team pay works 00; Requirements for team pay 00; Advantages and disadvantages of team pay 00; Developing team pay 00; NHS case study 00; References 00
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22 Paying for organizational performance
Types of schemes 00; Aims 00; Profit sharing 00; Share ownership schemes 00; Gain sharing 00
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23 Recognition schemes
Recognition schemes defined 00; Principles of recognition 00; Types of recognition 00; Examples of non-cash awards 00; Designing a recognition scheme 00; Example of a recognition scheme at Camelot 00; References 00
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24 Performance management and reward
Performance management defined 00; Purpose of performance management 00; Principles of performance management 00; The performance management cycle 00; Key features of performance management 00; Performance management as a motivating process 00; Performance management and non-financial motivation 00; Performance management and pay 00; References 00
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Part 6 Reward management for special groups
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25 Rewarding directors and senior executives
The background 00; Governance reviews and remuneration 00; Remuneration committees 00; Directors¿ and senior executives¿ remuneration 00; Benefits 00; Service contracts 00
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26 International reward
The international scene 00; International reward strategy 00; Rewards for expatriates 00; References 00
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27 Rewarding sales and customer service staff
Rewarding sales representatives 00; Rewarding customer service staff 00; References 00
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28 Rewarding knowledge workers
What motivates knowledge workers? 00; Managing knowledge workers 00; Approaches to rewarding knowledge workers 00; References 00
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29 Shop floor pay
Factors affecting shop floor pay 00; Time rates 00; Payment-by-result schemes 00; General considerations 00; Types of payment-by-result schemes 00; Single status and harmonization 00; References 00
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Part 7 Employee benefits, allowances and pension schemes
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30 Employee benefits
Rationale for employee benefits 00; Employee benefit strategies and policies 00; Types of benefit 00; Incidence of benefits 00; Choice of benefits 00; Administering employee benefits 00; Tax considerations 00; Reference 00
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31 Flexible benefits
Reasons for introducing flexible benefits 00; Types of flexible benefits schemes 00; Introducing flexible benefits 00; Example ¿ Lloyds TSB 00; References 00
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32 Pension schemes
Why pensions are provided 00; What pension schemes provide 00; The two main types of schemes 00; Other types of pension schemes 00; The state pension scheme 00; Advising employees on pensions 00; Developing and communicating pensions policies 00; Government proposals on the future of pensions 00; References 00
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Part 8 Reward management procedures
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33 Managing reward
Reward procedures 00; Controlling reward 00; Conducting general pay reviews 00; Conducting individual reviews 00; Communicating to employees 00; Managing the development of reward systems 00; The use of computers in reward management 00; Reference 00
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34 Responsibility for reward
The role of the reward professional 00; Role of the front-line manager in managing reward 00; Using reward consultants 00; References 00
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Appendices
Appendix A Reward bibliography
Appendix B Alignment of CIPD Professional Standards for Employee Reward to text 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Incentives in industry.
Employee motivation.