Reward: the full story

Syedain, Hashi
February 2010
People Management;2/25/2010, Special section p4
The article presents updates on reward bonuses provided by private- and public-sector organizations in Great Britain in 2010. The 2009 Reward Management survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development highlights that the private sector's priority for 2010 will change from cost cutting to ensure the competitiveness with market rates. On the other hand, ministers have noted the public-sector to anticipate minimal pay increases for the near future because of the impact of the economic recession. INSETS: Progressive reward at Kent County Council;A public-sector reward manager's view.


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