Compensation strategyNo. Of Articles:30

    Apr-2012
  • By Swati Bhasin
    The horizon where salary expectations of employees meet organizational norms is seemingly blurr...
  • Feb-2012
  • By Punita Malhotra
    The volatile arena of compensation management in India has undergone a radical transformation o...
  • Oct-2009
  • Premjeet Furtado
    Compensation and benefit systems should be strategically designed for the purpose they are inte...
  • Feb-2009
  • Pothen Jacob
    A timely review and modification of labor cost of operations structures with respect to the cha...
  • Jan-2009
  • A more comprehensive approach towards rewards driven by more robust performance management prog...
  • June-2008
  • Lipsa Mohanty
    Many employers struggle with sales compensation plans that just don't satisfy either the sales...
  • Feb-2006
  • Shailesh Deshpande
    A myriad of aspects have to be considered while deciding international (particularly expatriate...
  • Nov-2005
  • Vasanthi Srinivasan
    As is evident from the ambivalent findings in the research on compensation, that there exists a...
  • Sep-2003
  • Mario Ferraro
    When determining the remuneration for your international assignee, it is critical to understand...
  • July-2003
  • Ruchi Malhotra and Priyanka Malik
    What are board members in India paid and in what form? Do they have long term incentives that t...
  • Apr-2003
  • Laura W. Young
    Foreign companies setting up shop in China are confident that they can afford to hire the best ...
  • Mar-2003
  • Did the economic recession of last year take its toll on the purse strings of the corporate wor...
  • Feb-2003
  • S.M.Gangadhar & Madhav Keswani
    Do reward management systems in your organization reinforce teamwork or only individual effort?...
  • Sep-2002
  • Gangadhar S.M. & Madhav Keswani
    Watson Wyatt's latest Strategic Rewards Survey "Playing to Win" reflects the practices of 85 In...
  • July-2002
  • Sunil Singh
    How does corporate India look at variable pay… what are the perceived benefits, the issues in i...
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