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Study on the Consensus Salary System for Modern Enterprises

Li, Zhihong

2013, XI, 141 p. 15 illus., 10 illus. in color.

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  • A wealth of clear figures and tables help readers to quickly grasp the content
  • The easy formulas in the Consensus Salary Model help readers to use it in practice
  • Some ideas on how to design the consensus salary system help to promote job commitment among the staff of modern enterprises
For firms, the salary issue is extremely important for their business operations and development. In order to investigate this issue and to expand the role of the salary system in business management, the book presents the Consensus Salary Model for modern enterprises and further explores its theoretical foundations, decisive mechanisms and features, and provides a basic framework for designing salary systems for modern enterprises. Finally, the book incorporates empirical research to test the model.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » consensus salary model - modern enterprises - salary system

Related subjects » Labor Economics - Organization - Human Resource Management

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