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Managing Employee Performance and Reward

Concepts, Practices, Strategies


John Shields, University of Sydney, Michelle Brown, University of Melbourne, Sarah Kaine, University of Technology, Sydney, Catherine Dolle-Samuel, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Andrea North-Samardzic, Deakin University, Victoria, Peter McLean, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Robyn Johns, University of Technology, Sydney, Patrick O’Leary, Federation University, Victoria, Geoff Plimmer, Victoria University of Wellington, Jack Robinson, Victoria University of Wellington


Now in its second edition, Managing Employee Performance and Reward continues to offer comprehensive coverage of employee performance and reward, presenting the material in a conceptually integrated way. This new edition has been substantially updated and revised by a team of specialist contributors, and includes: An increased focus on employee engagement and the alignment between the organisation's goals and the personal goals of employeesExpanded coverage of coaching, now a leading-edge performance enhancement practiceExtensive updates reflecting the major changes in employee…

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Key features

  • Thoroughly updated and revised by a team of specialist contributors
  • Written for a global audience, with particular appeal to the Asia-Pacific region
  • Continues to be an indispensable resource for exploring two pivotal facets of human resource management

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