Reward Management

Alternatives, Consequences and Contexts

Use this textbook to gain a thorough understanding of the key concepts of reward management and the latest developments in the area.
Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781398612891
Edition: 5
Format: 246x189
512 pages

About the book

Covering theory and practice, Reward Management is an ideal textbook for postgraduate HR students, particularly those taking the CIPD Advanced level module in Strategic Reward Management

Now in its fifth edition, Reward Management covers everything postgraduate HR students need to know about the topic to excel in their studies and start their careers as people professionals. It covers reward management systems, frameworks and strategies through to pay setting, pensions, benefits and non-financial reward. There is also coverage of the legal and employment relations context of reward management as well as discussion of international reward management.

This new edition now includes brand new content on deferred reward, executive reward, the impact of social transformation and the wider economy on reward as well as changes to reward post the Covid-19 pandemic. The content has been fully updated throughout and now includes new discussion of sustainability and equality, diversity and inclusion and how they apply to reward management. This book is supported by examples, case studies and a range of pedagogical features such as learning objectives, self-test assessment exercises, key learning points and explore further boxes. Online resources include a lecturer manual and PowerPoint slides for every chapter.

About the authors

Sarah E. Jones is Head of Strategy and International Business at the University of Northampton. Prior to academia she worked as a HR manager in the aviation industry. She is a co-author of the CIPD's annual reward management survey and has presented research at international conferences.

Stephen J. Perkins
is Emeritus Professor at London Metropolitan University and a Professional Research Fellow of the Global Policy Institute. He is the co-author of the annual CIPD reward management survey.