Compensation System and Performance Management

ISBN Number : 978-93-5142-967-8

Student Price : Rs.498

Student Dollar Price : 20$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2019

No. Of Pages : 392

Book Weight :506

About The Book

The book Compensation System and Performance Management is in three parts. The first part of the book deals with compensation management. It is one of the most important and strategic aspects of human resource management. It is a dynamic and complex field involving many workable principles and procedures. Laying down a sound compensation system and its implementation is one of the most complex assignments in an organisation. Over a period of years, the payment systems have taken different shapes and acquired multiple characteristics due to the rapidly changing technology and socio-economic transformation of the society. Consequently, different patterns of wage payment and methods of wage fixation began to assume an important role in the management of personnel in enterprises. In this context, the book deals with the concepts, theories, issues, and the practical application related to traditional and modern compensation, wages, and reward systems in India.

The second part of the book covers performance management. A performance management system is a process of identifying, encouraging, measuring, evaluating, improving and rewarding employee performance.It provides information to employees about their performance; clarifies what the organisation expects; identifies development needs; and documents performance for personnel records. Strategic human performance in organisations is a function of three interrelated elements i.e., employee skills, employee motivation, and employee strategic focus. A thorough understanding of organisational objectives combined with knowledge of common errors in evaluation can make a significant difference in the quality of appraisals. Against this backdrop, an attempt has been made to present different dimensions of performance management including performance trends and perspectives.

The third part of the book contains appendices, bibliography, and index.

 

Contents :

Part I Compensation System
1. Employee Compensation
2. Executive Compensation
3. International Compensation
4. Strategic Reward Systems
5. Job Analysis and Job Evalution
6. Wages An Overview
7. Wage Concepts and Theories
8. Wage Payments
9. Wage and Salary Administration
10. Wage Incentives
11. Wage Differentials
12. Wage Structure
13. Wage Fixation
14. Wage Legislation
15. Wage Policy
Part II Performance Management
16. Employee Performance
17. Support Systems in Performance Management
18. Performance Appraisal
19. Process of Performance Appraisal
20. Methods of Performance Appraisal
21. Coaching, Mentoring, and Counselling
22. Competency Development
23. Team Performance
24. Evaluation of Performance Appraisal
25. Managing International Performance
26. Performance Systems-Trends and Perspectives
Part III Appendices, Bibliography and Index
Appendices
Bibliography

About The Author

Dr. A.M. Sarma obtained a Master`s Degree in Labour and Social Welfare through Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur and also a degree in Law from the Ranchi University. His thesis entitled "Industrial Relations in Public and Private Sector Undertakings" earned him a Ph.D. from the said University. Currently, he is a visiting faculty member in some management institutes and also offers specialised training programmes to industrial organisations. Earlier he was a member of the faculty, department of personnel management and industrial relations, at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, and NICMAR, Pune.

His other published books include:
- Aspects of Labour Welfare and Social Security
- Personnel and Human Resource Management
- Human Resource Management
- Industrial Relations-Conceptual and Legal Framework
- Understanding Wage and Compensation System
- Industrial Jurisprudence and Labour Legislation
- Labour Administration in India
- Industrial Health and Safety Management
- Performance Management System
- Welfare of Unorganised Labour
- Managing Human Resources in Global Environment
- Compensation System and Performance Management

He has published a number of articles in professional journals.

Dr. N. Sambasiva Rao has a Master`s Degree in Business Administration and also in Psychology. His Ph.D. thesis is in the discipline of Human Resource Management. Currently, Prof. Rao is in the Department of Commerce and Management Studies, Andhra University. He is actively associated with various professional associations. He is a guide to Ph.D. and M.Phil. scholars, and has to his credit a number of publications.

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