2000 Guide to Global Compensation and Benefits
A guide on global pay and benefits, including comprehensive coverage of both expatriate compensation and local-national compensation. Calvin Reynolds illustrates the impact of globalisation on compensation and benefits practices world-wide, strategies for entering the global arena, and the best ways to manage and administer local-national and expatriate programmes. The contributors cover issues such as: the management of compensation and benefits during cross-boarder mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures; the design of reward programmes that consider differing cultures; employment law legal constraints and immigration requirements; specialized incentives for global sales and research development activities; and the application of technology to global human resources management. In addition readers will find country-by-country analyses of compensation and benefits issues and a companion CD-ROM containing sample documents and checklists.
- Mixed media product | 626 pages
- 154.94 x 251.46 x 40.64mm | 999.98g
- 01 Feb 2000
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Harcourt College Publishers,U.S.
- Gaithersburg, MD, United States
"The competitiveness andACprofitability of global corporations are, and will continue to be, greatly impacted by their compensation and benefits strategies. The leading companies will be those that tap ideas world-wide and strike an effective balance between proven practices and viable innovation." - Ken Rethmeier, President of Executive Compensation Advisory Services