Increasing the effectiveness of reward management: an evidence‐based approach

  title={Increasing the effectiveness of reward management: an evidence‐based approach},
  author={M. Armstrong and Duncan Brown and Peter Reilly},
  journal={Employee Relations},
Purpose – This paper seeks to explore the reasons why many organisations do not evaluate the effectiveness of their reward policies and practices, examines the approaches used by those organizations which do evaluate, and develops a model of evidence‐based reward management which describes how evaluation can take place.Design/methodology/approach – The paper draws on a study of why organisations do or do not evaluate reward and an examination of what organizations taking evaluation seriously… 

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