Browsing Books by Author "Antoni, Conny Herbert"
Pay and reward systems in organizations. Theoretical approaches and empirical outcomesAntoni, Conny Herbert; Baeten, Xavier; Lucas, Rosemary; Perkins, Stephen; Vartiainen, M. (Pabst Science Publishers, 2011)
Reward management - Facts and trends in EuropeVartiainen, M.; Antoni, Conny Herbert; Baeten, Xavier; Hakonen, N.; Thierry, H. (2008)Reward Management - Facts and Trends in Europe covers a wide range of topics and perspectives that will help to understand the status and challenges of rewards systems not only in Europe but also around the world. This book is an outcome of the First European Reward Management Conference (RMC) held at Brussels December 17 - 18, 2007. The book focuses on reward and compensation in Europe and the challenges ahead. Europe is large and diverse region comprising many states, 27 of which are members of European Union. This results in a variety of compensation, benefit and non-monetary reward practices, about which we know relatively little. Therefore, we need more debate about current issues in reward and compensation, both from a policy and practice perspective. The book has thirteen chapters covering topics like: wages of young workers in Europe, employee ownership, differences between men's and women's perceptions and attitudes in pay-setting process, innovative compensation schemes, a new instrument (PReSS) to measure employees' satisfaction with psychological rewards, top management's (CEO) remuneration and how it is related to firm performance, the role of the first line manager in pay process, procedural and interactional justice in the performance appraisal process, employee benefits, differences of employees' reward preferences, the role of monetary rewards in innovativeness, and talent management.
Shaping pay in Europe. A Stakeholder approachAntoni, Conny Herbert; Baeten, Xavier; Emans, Ben; Kira, Mari (Peter Lang, 2007)Shaping Pay in Europe: A Stakeholder Approach focuses on pay systems applied in the European Union. Giving due attention to the institutional setting of the European pay systems, the book discusses how European companies may approach pay as an integral part of their operational and strategic framework. Pay is an important topic for several stakeholders on the labour market. The book discusses the perspectives of various stakeholders – employees, employers, trade unions, and employer associations – on the issue of pay. Secondary analysis of earlier statistical studies and new empirical material on European pay systems is also presented in the book. The book also aims at contributing to a better understanding of pay systems. If one wants to understand the various pay systems of a company, which pay elements and pay characteristics should one focus on? Which are the essential pay characteristics shaping an individual’s pay and how could these characteristics be studied or audited? The book provides answers to both questions by presenting a practical, yet sophisticated model of essential pay characteristics.