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WorldatWork Press – Global Rewards

This book covers compensation practices in the United Kingdom in three areas that have a large impact: governance, taxation and accounting.

Compensating Globally Mobile Employees: How-to Series for the HR Professional, 3rd edition
The pace of merger-and-acquisition activity continues accelerating in today's global environment, with common causes of failure coming from unclear leadership, culture clashes and poor integration. To seamlessly conduct merger and/or acquisition transitions, total rewards professionals must be familiar with their role, particularly the due diligence process.
Developing International Talent Management Strategies
As businesses continue expanding internationally, and as geographic and social boundaries blur, the global economy continually provides both challenges and opportunities for employers and employees both at home and abroad. Countries and governments operate autonomously, and differences persist in legal and social frameworks, working practices, corporate governance and management practices. Labor laws, tax regimes, social security structures, along with compensation and benefits structures all remain unique to each country.
Executive Compensation Practices in the UK
In this book, the authors review compensation practices in the United Kingdom as well as three areas that have a large impact on those practices: governance, taxation and accounting.
Global Rewards: A Collection of Articles from WorldatWork, 2nd ed.
This second edition is a collaboration of articles from workspan and the WorldatWork Journal (2005-2010). Plus, the collection now includes a listing of related surveys and "Creating a Sustainable Rewards and Talent Management Model: Results of the 2010 Global Talent Management and Rewards Study" full survey report by TowersWatson (2010).