Rewarding Excellence by Edward E. Lawler III
Pay Strategies for the New Economy

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In this work, acclaimed management expert Edward Lawler tells companies what they can do to meet today's "rewards systems challenge"--attracting and retaining talented employees in a market where the employees hold the upper hand. Here, Lawler outlines a creative compensation system that recognizes employee knowledge and skill as a critical aspect of an organization's net worth. In basing his system on the individual employee's value to the organization, Lawler introduces an approach to compensation that simultaneously motivates employees to higher levels of performance and increases shareholder value.

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Published February 7, 2008 by Jossey-Bass. 352 pages
Genres: . Non-fiction

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Peter Lee echoed the thought this way: Management must "work to improve trust before emphasizing transparency;

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