Pay and benefits
- Greater gains. // Training & Development;Mar94, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p12
Reports on a survey conducted by 'Training' magazine showing that female corporate trainers in the U.S. are showing greater salary gains than their male counterparts by a margin of four to one. Increase in women's salaries in 1993.
- Compensation in Training and Development: An Update. Langer, Steven // Training & Development Journal;Jun87, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p56
Focuses on the compensation of employee training personnel in the United States. Factors with which the median annual income was related; Geographic area; Type of employer; Number of employees in the organization; Length of experience.
- Denham warns on missing link. Salmon, James // Money Marketing;6/15/2006, p18
The article reports that former pension minister John Denham has warned the British government that the proposed 2012 date for the linking of the basic state pension with earnings is affordable and realistic. At the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) 2006 annual conference in London,...
- Don't advise on opting out, says Denham. Salmon, James // Money Marketing;6/15/2006, p68
The article reports that Great Britain's first pensions minister John Denham has called on the British government to discourage provisions of advice for employees on whether to opt out of a personal accounts scheme. At the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) conference, Denham responded...
- career clinic. Druce, Chris // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;1/20/2005, Vol. 194 Issue 4358, p80
Presents the views of experts on salaries for a regional systems trainer in hotels in Great Britain. Discussion of the salary matter with a line manager; Range of salary for the trainer.
- Trends In International Compensation. Abel, John F. // Industrial Management;May/Jun76, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p24
Focuses on the trends in international compensation. Use of incentive pay to motivate and reward executive performance in the U.S; International differences in values and in tax structures; Changes in pay relationships.
- Topped Out Need Not Mean Tapped Out. Brown, Michael D. // Review of Ophthalmology;Nov2003 Part 1 of 2, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p44
Provides ways in keeping loyal employees. Implementation of creative incentives; Assessment of salary parameters; Reward for best employees.
- How to reward your employees. Bort, Julie // Network World;7/23/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 30, p59
Focuses on employee incentive programs in the United States. Value of the recognition of employee performance; Drawback of money incentives on employees; Result of the online survey on desired incentive programs for employees.
- Crime and Income Inequality: An Economic Approach. Deutsch, Joseph; Spiegel, Uriel; Templeman, Joseph // Atlantic Economic Journal;Dec92, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p46
Discusses a study which examined how inequality in the distribution of wealth affects the incentive to undertake the gamble and risk inherent in illegal activities versus the incentive not to gamble within the framework of legitimate pursuits. Development of models for different ways that...