Total Pay: Compensation and Benefits: Now and Into the Future
Author(s): Matthew DeLuca
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Matthew J. DeLuca’s Total Pay: Compensation and Benefits: Now and Into the Future:
- provides an interactive module to the topic of job evaluation that is lacking currently in both popular compensation textbooks available at this time.
- includes major discussions on performance management, motivation, internal communication and payroll linkage, that are missing in whole or in part from other publications on the market.
- is written by an adjunct university professor that also has major life experience as an HR practitioners in the workplace.
- is suitable for all three higher educational levels – undergraduate, graduate and continuing education -- as well as various online learning formats.
Chapter 1: The Case for Designing a Total Compensation Program
Chapter 2: Major Components and Factors to Consider in Total Compensation
Chapter 3: How to Analyze Jobs to Determine Organizational Value and to Build a Pay Structure
Chapter 4: The Importance, Challenges, and Dynamics of Job Descriptions
Chapter 5: Job Evaluations – Internal and External Job Comparisons
Chapter 6: Designing a Staff Budget Component—The Annual Staff Plan
Chapter 7: Auditing and Reviewing the Total Pay Program for Comprehensive Effectiveness
Chapter 8: The Value of an Effective Performance Management Process
Chapter 9: The Transformation Role of Incentives: Simple—and not so Simple—Links to Performance
Chapter 10: The Communication Link as a Key Component for Maximum Total Pay Organizational Impact
Chapter 11: Discretionary Benefits, Services, and Perquisites
Chapter 12: Legally-Required Benefits
Chapter 13: Legal, Compliance, and Risk Issues. Ethical Essentials
Chapter 14: Total Pay in Union Organizations
Chapter 15: The Human Resources Professional and the Demands of Compensation and Total Pay,–Now and Into the Future