stewart chapter 11

stewart chapter 11 - Motivating Employeesthrough...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Motivating  Employees through  Compensation Chapter 11
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Employee Compensation Pay Base wages Incentives  Benefits Should it be secret? Relationship of compensation and strategy? Is it a transaction or a relationship? Is performance rewarded?      
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Legal aspects of pay  Non-discrimination Title VII  Equal Pay Act  How about the wage gap?   FLSA of 1938 Exempt and non-exempt Minimum wage  Overtime  Child labor restrictions 
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Market pressures Product market  competition Labor market  competition Wage rates (upper  bound) (lower  bound)
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theories of motivation Reinforcement theory Goal setting theory Agency theory  Related to transaction cost theory  Expectancy theory Valence 
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The concept of equity Ratios and “comparison others”
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