Employee Compensation: Research and Practice

@inproceedings{Gerhart1992EmployeeCR,
  title={Employee Compensation: Research and Practice},
  author={Barry Alan Gerhart and G. T. Milkovick},
  year={1992}
}
Excerpt] In this chapter, our goal is to define and describe the major decisions that organizations make in managing employee compensation and, based on theory, research, and practice, evaluate what the outcomes of such decisions are likely to be under different conditions. We have made several specific decisions in focusing the review. 

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